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Nuclear Physics Meets Condensed Matter: Symmetry, Topology, and Gauge

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Nuclear and condensed matter theorists will discuss common topics involving the physics of few particles and the many-body problem.

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“Nuclear Physics Meets Condensed Matter: Symmetry, Topology, and Gauge”

19-21 July, 2021 | 02:00 pm -05:00 pm CET

The workshop will run from Monday to Wednesday, through the platform Zoom. The recording of each day will be uploaded on the ECT* YouTube Channel the day after.

Organizers: Alex Gezerlis, University of Guelph - Alessandro Roggero, University of Washington - Carlos Sa de Melo, Georgia Tech

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This workshop will bring nuclear and condensed matter theorists to discuss common topics involving the physics of few particles and the many-body problem. We have also invited a few experimentalists in the area of atomic physics that have been performing highly controllable ultra-cold atom experiments to test theoretical ideas originated in nuclear and condensed matter physics. We intend to address issues involving Abelian and non-Abelian gauge theories, topological states of matter, color superconductivity, super-symmetric mixtures, baryogenesis, and Efimov states, which are topics that arise at the crossroads between nuclear and condensed matter physics.

 

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 ECT* - European Centre for Theoretical Studies in Nuclear Physics and Related Areas

The European Centre for Theoretical Studies in Nuclear Physics and Related Areas (ECT*) in Trento (Italy) provides a dedicated and structured combination of scientific activities for a large international scientific community. ECT* acts as an "intellectual" centre of competence, complementary in scope and activities to existing research facilities based at universities or experimental laboratories. It promotes coordination of European research efforts in nuclear physics and related research areas.        

 

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