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Accueil > Agenda > Colloques et rencontres > Archives > Agenda 2020 > 12th Conference of the GDR DYNQUA

12th Conference of the GDR DYNQUA

Cronenbourg, February, 5-7 2020

The aim of the GDR dynqua is to structure the community of reaserchers interested in the theoretical and mathematical aspects of quantum mechanics.

Organizers : Nalini Anantharaman, Yohann Le Floch, Martin Vogel, Rodolfo Jalabert, Guido Pupillo, Guillaume Weick, Dietmar Weinmann

Invited Speakers (confirmed so far)
- Denis Basko (Université Grenoble Alpes)
- Pierre Delplace (ENS Lyon)
- Alexis Drouot (Columbia University)
- Thomas Ebbesen (ISIS, Université de Strasbourg)
- Gian-Michele Graf (mini-cours) (ETH Zurich)
- Géraldine Haack (University of Geneva)
- Vojkan Jaksic (McGill University)
- Svetlana Jitomirskaya (University of California, Irvine)

Funding :
The GDR prioritizes funding requests for hotel expenses from PhD students, and PostDocs on demand. Everyone in need of funding to cover hotel or travel expenses for attending the conference may contact us as well, however we may not be able to provide it.

All the talks will take place in the Amphithéâtre Marguerite Perey in building 01 on the 4th floor, University of Strasbourg, Campus Cronenbourg. See the map.

For more details, see the official website of the conference.

PROGRAMME


5 février 2020

14h00

Gian Michele Graf - ETH Zurich

Mini-course 1 : An overview on topological matter

15h15

Nicolas Besset - Grenoble

The charged Klein-Gordon equation in the exterior De Sitter-Reissner-Nordström spacetime

16h00

Clément Tauber - Cergy Pontoise

Topology of shallow-water waves

17h15

Pierre Delplace - Lyon

Topological Aspects of Scattering Networks


6 février 2020

09h00

Thomas Ebbesen - Strasbourg

New Properties of Matter in the Strong Coupling Regime

10h30

Duc Tho Nguyen - Prague

Classical and semi-classical analysis of magnetic fields in two dimensions

11h15

Gian Michele Graf - ETH Zurich

Mini-course 2 : An overview on topological matter

14h30

Géraldine Haack - Genève

Generating quantum correlations from thermal resources : entanglement engines

15h30

Svetlana Jitomirskaya - Irvine

Fractal properties of the Hofstadter’s butterfly and singular continuous spectrum of the critical almost Mathieu operator


7 février 2020

09h00

Denis Basko - Grenoble

Superradiant quantum phase transition as a paramagnetic instability

10h30

David Hagenmüller - Strasbourg

Shaping electronic properties with the electro- magnetic vacuum

11h15

Alix Deleporte - Zürich

Spin systems and Toeplitz quantization

14h00

Benjamin Alvarez - Aarhus

Scattering theory for mathematical models of the weak interaction

14h45

Clotilde Fermanian - Créteil

TBA

Dernière mise à jour le 19-11-2019