Meetings/Workshops on Quantum materials, Low Temperature Physics in Germany

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HTS4Fusion & MEM 2022 — 5th HTS4Fusion Conductor Workshop & 10th MEM Mechanical & Electromagnetic Properties of Composite Superconductors
26 Jun 2022 - 01 Jul 2022 • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
In the past, both workshops proved to be a lively platform to gather experts from all over the world to discuss progress and challenges within the field. The strongly connected topics of both workshops led to the decision to join efforts and organize a combined workshop. The MEM workshop is an opportunity to present recent progress and development of the mechanical and electromagnetic properties of LTS and HTS composite superconductors. The HTS4Fusion Conductor Workshop focuses on High-Temperature Superconductor (HTS) application for fusion research, e.g. HTS conductors for fusion magnets.
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30 Apr 2022
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Spin Mechanics 7
21 Aug 2022 - 25 Aug 2022 • Gerolfingen, Germany
The tradition of the spin mechanics is to bring together an interdisciplinary community of scientists, students and engineers interested in the coupling between mechanics, electronic or nuclear spins, or photons. This involves fundamental physics as well as novel techniques to excite or detect spin dynamics.
Spin-phonon or magnon-phonon coupling, Magnetoelasticity and coupling to mechanical oscillations, Physics of levitated magnetic particles, Surface acoustic waves, Resonance force microscopy, Scanning SQUID or scanning diamond NV-center microscopy
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MSM22 — 12th International Conference on Magnetic and Superconducting Materials
28 Aug 2022 - 02 Sep 2022 • Duisburg, Germany
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Autumn School on Correlated Electrons: Dynamical Mean-Field Theory of Correlated Electrons
04 Oct 2022 - 07 Oct 2022 • Jülich, Germany
Forschungszentrum Jülich
Correlated systems are characterized by strong electron-electron interactions, resulting in many-body effects eluding a static mean-field description. They thus proved largely intractable until the development of dynamical mean-field theory (DMFT). In this approach, mapping the lattice onto an auxiliary impurity problem gives a local dynamical self-energy, which captures the essence of electronic correlations. DMFT is exact in the limit of infinite dimensions, and often provides an excellent approximation for real crystal structures. This crucial insight represented a paradigm shift in the study of correlations. Solving ever more complex impurity problems nowadays allows the simulation of real materials, making contact with experiment via the calculation of spectra, dynamical response functions, and non-equilibrium properties. Even subtle non-local effects can be captured using various approaches, including clusters of impurities or diagrammatic expansions. Thus DMFT finds application not only in correlated bulk systems but also in heterostructures, and can even be employed to understand the properties of topological phases of strongly correlated electron systems.

This year's school will introduce the concept of dynamical mean fields and explore how it can be used to understand the physics of real materials. Lectures will range from Fermi liquids and the limit of infinite dimensions to the physics of quantum impurities and their relation to the properties of correlated lattice systems.

The goal of the school is to introduce advanced graduate students and up to this modern method for the realistic modeling of strongly correlated matter.

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correlated systems, dynamical mean field theory, Fermi liquid, Mott transition, machine leaning, quantum impurities, out of equilibrium phenomena, topological phases, non-local effects, heterostructures, superconductivity
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17th Cryogenics 2023
23 Apr 2023 - 28 Apr 2023 • Dresden, Germany
The International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR)
The CRYOGENICS Conference is an international event which deals with cryogenic engineering, equipment and physics, where temperatures below 120 K (-153°C) are achieved, as well as with other devices and related technologies.
The conference topic covers three of ten commissions specified by the International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR) : A1 (Cryophysics, cryoengineering), A2 (Liquefaction and separation of gases) C1 (Cryobiology, cryomedicine and health products).
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