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Institute for Strongly Correlated and Complex Systems

We founded the Institute for Theory of Strongly Correlated and Complex Systems at Brookhaven to establish an atmosphere where synergetic interactions, free exchange of ideas, and cross-fertilization between the different fields of theoretical physics could take place. The main focus of the Institute is to advance the theory of strongly correlated and complex systems and to bring them closer to each other and to experiment. The everyday functioning of the Institute consists a small number of both short and long term visitors, either theorists or experimentalists. We also organize yearly one week workshops with a larger number of participants. The ninth in this series is:

 

conf lighthouse

 

April 14-18, 2014

CUNY Graduate Center, New York

 

Recent conferences include:

Recent developments in Fe-based high-temperature superconductors, 2013

Frontiers of quantum condensed matter: light, matter and unusual devices out of equilibrium, 2013

Strongly Correlated Physics in the Cuprates, 2012

Quantum Quenches and Strongly Correlated Physics, 2011

 

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