September – December 2018 » Thematic Semester on Mathematical Challenges in Many-Body Physics and Quantum Information

International Scientific Advisory Committee: Joseph Avron (Technion), Svetlana Jitomirskaya (UC Irvine), Mathieu Lewin (Paris-Dauphine), Bruno Nachtergaele (UC Davis), Claude-Alain Pillet (Toulon), Robert Seiringer (IST Austria), Armen Shirikyan (Cergy-Pontoise), Barry Simon (Caltech)

Local Organizing Committee: Jacques Hurtubise (McGill), Dmitry Jakobson (McGill), Vojkan Jakšić (McGill), Dmitry Korotkin (Concordia), Luc Vinet (Montréal)

The opening events of the thematic program are the XIX International Congress on Mathematical Physics and the accompanying satellite meetings. They will be followed by five workshops held at the CRM and a joint CRM-Princeton workshop held at Princeton. Long-term participants will give daily seminars and mini-courses between the workshops.

AISENSTADT CHAIRS

Svetlana Jitomirskaya (UC Irvine)
Her lectures will be a part of the workshop on Spectral Theory of Quasi-Periodic and Random Operators.

Robert Seiringer (IST Austria)
His lectures will be a part of the workshop on Many-Body Quantum Mechanics.

WORKSHOPS

Many-Body Quantum Mechanics
September 10–14, 2018

Entanglement, Integrability and Topology in Many-Body Systems
September 17–21, 2018

Quantum Information and Quantum Statistical Mechanics
October 15–19, 2018

Joint CRM-Princeton Workshop: Critical Phenomena
Dates to be confirmed (first or second week of October 2018)
This workshop will be held at the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science.

Entropic Fluctuation Relations in Mathematics and Physics
October 29–November 2, 2018

Spectral Theory of Quasi-Periodic and Random Operators
November 13–16, 2018

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