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Neutrons for Membrane Biophysics School
15 Jul 2019 - 19 Jul 2019 • Garching bei München, Germany
Abstract:
The event will focus on the use of neutrons and molecular deuteration to enable early career researchers to provide fresh insight into problems in membrane biophysics.
Event listing ID:
1214241
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ICPS 2019 — International Conference for Physics Students
10 Aug 2019 - 17 Aug 2019 • Cologne, Germany
Abstract:
Hundreds of students from all around the globe will gather here to discuss their work, develop ideas, attend workshops and get to know each other. This establishes a basis for international collaboration in the current and future scientific community.
Event listing ID:
1162722
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Bad Honnef Physics School on Methods of Path Integration in Modern Physics
25 Aug 2019 - 30 Aug 2019 • Bad Honnef, Germany
Abstract:
Since Richard Feynman recognized that quantum mechanics can be formulated in terms of path integrals, various applications for this useful calculational technique have emerged among physicists in such diverse areas as quantum field theory, elementary particle physics, nuclear and subnuclear physics, atomic and molecular physics, quantum chemistry, condensed matter physics, complex systems, and astrophysics. Despite its broad range of dissemination neither the unifying approach to quantum and statistical field theory, i.e., the Feynman path integral, nor the advanced methods to address interacting quantum and statistical field theories are much covered in standard curricula. It is for this reason that this advanced summer school on path integration techniques aims to provide students and young independent researchers with a hands-on introduction in using path integrals for modern physics and to expose the participants of the school to methods that go beyond the standard tools box of field theory. In order to create a common basis and set the stage for subsequent lectures, an introduction to the Feynman path integral in quantum mechanics will be given at the beginning of the school, followed by a selection of more advanced methods of quantum and statistical field theory.
Contact:
Email: stefan.kirchner@correlated-matter.com
Topics:
Quantum mechanics, Statistical field theory, Many-body theory, Hubbard-Stratonovich transformation, gradient expansion, Quantum field theory, large-N technique, instantons, Random matrix theory, supersymmetry, replica trick, Wilson loops spin, topology, holonomy group, Quantum Monte Carlo
Event listing ID:
1139959
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23rd JCNS Laboratory Course - Neutron Scattering 2019
02 Sep 2019 - 13 Sep 2019 • Garching, Germany
Organizer:
Forschungszentrum Jülich in cooperation with RWTH Aachen
Abstract:
The course will consist of one week of lectures and exercises and one week of practical training at the neutron scattering facilities of Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum MLZ. It is the aim of the course to give a realistic insight into the experimental technique and its scientific Power.
Event listing ID:
1214248
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correl19 — Autumn School on Correlated Electrons: Many-Body Methods for Real Materials
16 Sep 2019 - 20 Sep 2019 • Jülich, Germany
Abstract:
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.
Contact:
Email: correl19@fz-juelich.de
Topics:
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
Event listing ID:
1213775

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