Winter School on Strongly Correlated Quantum Matter

Virtual Winter School
30 November - 18 December 2020

The last two decades have witnessed the development of an increasingly interdisciplinary approach to the theory of strongly correlated systems interfacing with quantum field or quantum information theory and more recently with artificial intelligence. This has been accompanied by rapid experimental progresses, both in solid state and atomic physics platforms. The aim of this virtual school is to present a broad-spectrum introduction to the field of strongly correlated systems, with particular attention dedicated to cross- disciplinary aspects. The school is structured combining pedagogical lectures with several small scale, 'pyramidal' tutoring for some of the lectures, a series of 'overview' selected seminars, and a poster session. It will be a particular goal to foster scientific interactions, where we eagerly await also initiative actions and contributions by the participants.

Topics include

  • Computational approaches to correlated quantum matter
  • Quantum many-body dynamics
  • Frustrated magnets and topology
  • Quantum information
  • Programmable quantum devices
  • Lattice gauge theories

Invited speakers

Antoine Browaeys (FR)
Giuseppe Carleo (CH)
Claudio Castelnovo (UK)
Antoine Georges (US)
Catalin Halati (DE)
Oliver Hart (UK)
Tetsuo Hatsuda (JP)
Vedika Khemani (US)
Corinna Kollath (DE)
Bella Lake (DE)
Salvatore Lorenzo (IT)
Roger Melko (CA)
Massimo Palma (IT)
Filippo Vicentini (CH)
Uwe-Jens Wiese (CH)

Jointly organized with

Scientific Coordinators

Mario Collura
(Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati, Trieste, IT)

Marcello Dalmonte
(International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, IT)

Markus Heyl
(Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, DE)

David Luitz
(Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, DE)


Katrin Lantsch & Maria Voigt
(Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, DE)


The call for applications is closed.

The number of attendees is limited. Active participation in tutorials, lectures, etc. is expected by accepted participants.

Scientific Program

Lectures, colloquia and poster sessions as well as all discussions will take place in the afternoons Central European Time (CET).


How to join the school / technical requirements

All accepted participants will receive the access data to join the lectures, tutorials etc. by email.

During the school Matrix as a central communication channel as well as Big Blue Button for lectures, colloquia and poster sessions will be used.