Critical Stability of Quantum Few-Body Systems

International School & Workshop
9 - 20 October 2017

Workshop week: 16 - 20 October 2017

The lectures in the school will introduce basic few-body techniques understandable for mature master students. It will serve as an introduction to the following  workshop. The interdisciplinary workshop will focus on the properties of weakly bound few-body quantum states at the edge of stability, and aim at exchanging information between different subfields where the same concepts
and techniques are used.

Topics include

  • Universality or Efimov Physics
  • Finite-range corrections to Efimov Physics
  • From few to many degrees of freedom
  • One- and two-dimensional systems
  • Dimensional cross over
  • Multicomponent systems
  • Dynamic evolution
  • Reactions with weakly bound systems
  • Mathematical problems

Invited speakers

Workshop:

Barnea, Nir (IL)
Blume, Doerte (US)
Busch, Thomas (JP)
Chin, Cheng (US)
Crespo, Raquel (PT)
Cui, Xiaoling (CN)
Deltuva, Arnoldas (LT)
D'Incao, Jose (US)
Dörner, Reinhard (DE)
Foerster, Angela (BR)
González Lezana, Tomás (ES)
Gridnev, Dmitri (DE)
Hammer, Hans-Werner  (DE)  
Harshman, Nathan L. (US)
Higa, Renato (BR)   
Hiyama, Emiko (JP)
Kokkelmans, Servaas (NL)
Kolganova, Elena (RU)
Landua, Rolf (CH)
Lazauskas, Rimantas (FR)
Naidon, Pascal (JP)
Nishida, Yusuke (JP)
Okopinska, Anna (PL)
Petrov, Dmitri (FR)
Segovia, Jorge (DE)
Shimoura, Susumu (JP)
Stipanovic, Petar (HR)
Tan, Shina (US)
Tumino, Aurora (IT)
Valcarce Mejía, Alfredo (ES)
van Kolck, Bira (US/FR)
Viviani, Michelle (IT)
Volosniev, Artem (DK)
Yu, Zhenhua (CN)

School:

Eduardo Garrido Bellido (ES)
Marcelo Yamashita (BR)
Mario Gattobigio (FR)
Manuel Valiente (GB)

 

 

 


Scientific Coordinators

Tobias Frederico
(Aeronautic Institute of Technology, Brasil)

Aksel Stenholm Jensen
(Aarhus University, Denmark)

Alejandro Kievsky
(University of Pisa, Italy)

Jean-Marc Richard
(University of Lyon, France)

Organisation

Maria de Haas
(Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany)

Application

The application deadline is 11 June 2017.

Applications are welcome and should be made by using the application form on the event‘s web page. The number of attendees is limited. The registration fee for the international seminar and workshop is 120 Euro and should be paid by all participants. Costs for accommodation and meals will be covered by the Max Planck Institute. Limited funding is available to partially cover travel expenses. Please note that childcare is available upon request.

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Scientific Program

The scientific program will be available about 4 - 6 weeks prior to the event.

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