© Kris Van Houcke

Colloque organisé par Antoine Georges, chaire Physique de la matière condensée, Michel Ferrero, Raphael Lopes, Christophe Salomon, Boris Svistunov, Kris Van Houcke et Félix Werner.

Du 12 au 14 juin 2023

  • Collège de France
    11, place Marcelin-Berthelot
    75005 Paris

The workshop will focus on the theoretical and experimental control of correlated quantum matter, emphasizing recent progress and future directions. It will bring together theorists and experimentalists who share the goal of understanding and quantitatively predicting equilibrium properties and dynamical phenomena in strongly correlated many-body systems. Progress towards this goal requires cross-validations between computational, experimental and analytical results, in various fields including ultracold atoms (fermions in optical lattices or near a Feshbach resonance, arrays of Rydberg atoms...), materials (cuprates, frustrated magnets, moiré...), quantum chemistry, or nuclear physics.