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697. WE-Heraeus-Seminar "Superconductivity in low-dimensional and interacting systems"
03 Jun 2019 - 06 Jun 2019 • Bad Honnef, Germany
The field of mesoscopic superconductivity has seen several important developments in the recent years. The Seminar aims at gathering leading experts and young researchers on highly topical activities in the field of mesoscopic superconductors.
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SRF2019 — 19th International Conference on RF Superconductivity
30 Jun 2019 - 05 Jul 2019 • Dresden, Germany
Impressive advances in superconducting RF science and technology over the last four decades are responsible for a dramatic increase of SRF installations world-wide. RF superconductivity is currently the key technology of many accelerators for particle physics, nuclear physics and light sources. Free-Electron Lasers, such as the European XFEL with its 1.7 km long superconducting LINAC or the upcoming European Spallation Source are just two exciting examples of the varied applications of SRF.

Continuing the successful tradition of 18 previous conferences, SRF 2019 will provide a stimulating forum for scientists, engineers, students and industrial partners to present and discuss the latest developments in SRF science and technology. The program will consist of invited talks, poster sessions and 'hot-topic' discussion sessions, as well as a boat trip into the Saxon Switzerland with its beautiful Sandstone Mountains. An industrial exhibition will accompany the conference.

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correl19 — Autumn School on Correlated Electrons: Many-Body Methods for Real Materials
16 Sep 2019 - 20 Sep 2019 • Jülich, Germany
Emergent many-body phenomena are at the core of the exciting properties of strongly correlated materials. Understanding them requires confronting the many-body problem. While, at first, this appears to be an impossible task, substantial progress has been made by combining physical insights with modern numerical approaches. A successful strategy is to devise methods that use the understanding gained from simple models for the construction of physically motivated wave-functions. Results for the ground state of real materials can then be obtained by optimizing them via deterministic or stochastic algorithms. The methods of choice for determining spectra are instead based on Green functions. The key idea is to map the complex realistic many-body Hamiltonian to a simpler auxiliary model that can be solved numerically.
strongly-correlated systems, Hubbard model, Anderson model, Luttinger-Ward functional, quantum Montecarlo, wave-function methods, Green function methods, in and out of equilibrium, dynamical mean-field theory, transition-metal compounds, renormalization group, DMRG, tensor networks
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