Condensed Matter Theory Center FALL SYMPOSIUM
Monday, October 12 Dirac and Related Materials
10:00 AM Jedediah Pixley "The effects of disorder on Dirac and Weyl semi-metals"
10:45 AM Mehdi Kargarian "Surface states of Dirac semimetals"
11:30 AM Robert Throckmorton "Many-Body Effects and Ultraviolet Renormalization in 3D Dirac Materials"
12:15 PM Hilary Hurst "Charged Skyrmions on the Surface of a Topological Insulator"
Tuesday, October 13 Majorana and Topological Systems
10:00 AM Ching-Kai Chiu "Topological nodal lines"
10:45 AM David Clarke "Bell violations in Majorana wires"
11:30 AM William Cole "Effects of strong proximity coupling on semiconductor Majorana nanowires"
12:15 PM Setiawan "Conductance spectroscopy of topological superconductor wire junctions"
Wednesday, October 14 MBL, Interactions, and Correlations
10:00 AM Dong-Ling Deng "Exponential Orthogonality Catastrophe in Single-particle and Many-body Localized Systems"
10:45 AM Xiaopeng Li "Many-body Localization, Mobility Edge and a Non-Ergodic Metal Phase in a One Dimensional Incommensurate Lattice"
11:30 AM Bitan Roy "Phases and phase transitions in three dimensional parabolic semimetals: Application to 227 pyrochlore iridates"
12:15 PM Juraj Radic "Strong correlation effects in a two-dimensional Bose gas with quartic dispersion"
Thursday, October 15 Exotic Quantum Phases
10:00 AM Yang-Le Wu "Z4 parafermions in fractional quantum Hall bilayers"
10:45 AM Xiao Li "Quantum Hall effects in certain topological states of matter"
11:30 AM Pallab Goswami "HP1 gauge theory of deconfined quantum criticality in (2+1) dimensions"
12:15 PM Andrew Allocca "Quantum interference phenomena in the Casimir effect"
Friday, October 16 Bosons, Fermions, Cuprates, and Silicon
10:00 AM Stefan Natu "Spin-1 spin orbit coupled bosons in an optical lattice"
10:45 AM Yang Song "New tunneling magnetoresistance and Silicon spin relaxation"
11:30 AM Dmitry Efimkin "Moving solitons in a one-dimensional fermionic superfluid"
12:15 PM Zach Raines "Enhancement of superconductivity via periodic modulation in a three-dimensional model of cuprates"
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