January to July 2000
Organisers: DM Edwards (Imperial), AC Hewson (Imperial), PB Littlewood (Cambridge), A Tsvelik (Oxford)
COMPUTATIONAL QUANTUM MANY BODY PHYSICS
Organisers: PB Littlewood; P Monthoux
18 - 21 February 2000
Advances in algorithms and computer hardware have opened many exciting avenues of research in quantum many-body physics. This Workshop will focus on methods for computational many body physics applied to strongly correlated electron systems.
Speakers already confirmed: W Barford: E Bickers; R Bulla; D Ceperley; T Costi; D Cox; S Fahy; M Foulkes; S Fujimoto; O Gunnarson; J Inoue; R Noack; A Oles; W Putikka; M Rozenberg; R Scalettar; S Sorella; F Tassone; M Troyer; H Tsunetsugu; P Young.
Location: The Workshop will take place at the Newton Institute. Participants are expected to arrive on Thursday 17 February in the afternoon and the programme will be held from the morning of 18 February until the afternoon of 21 February.
We will be able to accept a small number of additional applications and will be able to provide support for some EU researchers under 35 years of age.
Applications: Completed application forms should be sent to Maureen Clark at the Newton Institute. The closing date for the receipt of applications is: 31 January 2000.
This workshop is part of the six-month programme on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems at the Newton Institute being held from 5 January to 30 June 2000. For further details see: sce.html.
Programme Contacts : P Monthoux P Littlewood