The focus of this online workshop is to provide a platform for the exchange of recent developments in the field of quantum many-body physics out of equilibrium. Topics include quantum entanglement dynamics, dynamics in open quantum systems, confinement dynamics, and many-body localization.
Marcello Dalmonte (ICTP Trieste)
Markus Heyl (MPI-PKS Dresden)
David Luitz (MPI-PKS Dresden)
Multipartite Entanglement Structure in the Eigenstate Thermalization Hypothesis
Hierarchy of relaxation timescales in random local Liouvillians
Roberto Verdel Aranda
Real-time dynamics of string breaking in quantum spin chains
Quantum Jamming: Critical Properties of a Quantum Mechanical Perceptron
You can participate in the online workshop in two ways:
You don't have to register on zoom to participate.
We strongly recommend to use the zoom app as it offers more functionality.
In order to join the workshop you have to enter the ID provided in the invitation email either online via the browser or when starting the zoom app,
By default, all microphones of participants are muted when joining the online workshop. You can unmute yourself whenever you would like start a communication, e.g., when asking a question. Please mute again once the communication has ended in order to reduce background noise for all participants.
Please feel free to ask questions during the online sessions as you're used to in conventional talks.
You can use also the chat option, where you can communicate in different ways:
You can control the addressee of your chat message by selecting the respective option of the dropdown menu located almost at the bottom of the chat window.
PhD students will have the option to join the speakers of the session into a discussion room. PhD students will receive a respective offer to join this 'breakout room' after the end of the session. If you're a PhD student and have not been offered this option, just contact the host via the chat.
All others are invited to organize themselves, via appointing individually over Skype for instance. Alternatively, we can open separate zoom discussion rooms for you. In this case let us know with whom you agreed to discuss and you will get an offer to join the so-called 'breakout room'.