International Workshop on

Interactions,excitations, and broken symmetries in quantum Hall systems

October 02 - 07, 2006

Scientific coordinators:

Alexander Mirlin
(Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany)

Felix von Oppen
(Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)

Organisation:

Marita Schneider (MPIPKS Dresden, Dresden, Germany)

A quarter century after the discovery of the integer quantum Hall
effect in 1980 and of the fractional quantum Hall effect in 1982,
this field remains among the most active research areas of modern
physics. With the progress in nanofabrication technologies, 2D
electron systems in strong magnetic fields have led to the discovery
of a fascinating tableau of correlated electronic states in the
fractional quantum Hall regime. During the past five years or so,
experimental progress has led to a wave of new discoveries, including
second-generation composite fermion states, novel correlated states in
bilayer systems, electronic liquid-crystal states in high Landau
levels, radiation-induced zero-resistance states in very low magnetic
fields, and most recently, the half-integer quantum Hall effect in
graphene layers.

The goal of the workshop is to bring together leading experts in
the field, including both experimentalists and theorists. Topics will
include but are not limited to
- developments in composite-fermion physics

- exotic quasiparticle statistics

- electronic liquid-crystal states in high Landau levels

- Coulomb drag

- Correlated states in bilayer systems

- quantum Hall ferromagnetism

- microwave-induced zero-resistance states

- quantum Hall states of Bose-Einstein condensates

- edge states

- quantum Hall systems in unconventional symmetry classes

- quantum Hall effect in graphene

**List of invited speakers (* to be confirmed):**

L. Balents, J. Chalker, W. Dietsche,

R. Du, J. Eisenstein*, F. Evers,

V. Falko, Y. Gefen, A. Geim,

L. Glazman*, V. Goldman, I. Gornyi,

M. Grayson, R. Haug, M. Heiblum*,

J. Jain, T. Jolicoeur, W. Kang,

P. Kim, B. Kramer, I. Kukushkin*,

A. MacDonald, K. Muraki, W. Pan,

A. Pinczuk, D. Polyakov, M. Raikh,

E. Rezayi, M. Sassetti, R. Shankar,

S. Simon, J. Smet, M. Shayegan*,

A. Stern,K. von Klitzing, R. Willett,

A. Yacoby*,
M. Zudov

**Applications **are welcome and should be made by using the application form on
the conference web page. Please note that the number of attendees is
limited. The registration fee is 100 EURO, costs for accommodation and
meals will be covered by the Max Planck Institute. In exceptional cases, limited funding is available to partly cover travel
expenses.

**Deadline for applications is July 15, 2006.**

For further information please e-mail to: qhsyst06@mpipks-dresden.mpg.de