Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

Strongly Correlated Electron Systems

January to July 2000

Organisers: DM Edwards (Imperial), AC Hewson (Imperial), PB Littlewood (Cambridge), A Tsvelik (Oxford)

A Newton Institute EuroConference

STRONGLY CORRELATED ELECTRON SYSTEMS: NOVEL PHYSICS AND NEW MATERIALS

Organisers: David Edwards, Alex Hewson, Peter Littlewood, Alexei Tsvelik

26 - 30 June 2000

Programme Participants

This conference will conclude the Newton Institute research programme "Strongly Correlated Electron Systems". The aim is to confront theory and experiment on a number of vital issues. Topics will include nanostructures, mesoscopics, low-dimensional materials, novel ferromagnets, colossal magnetoresistance, high temperature superconductors and heavy fermions.

Speakers already confirmed: M Aronson; D Basov; P Bourges; S Cheong; D Cobden; N Cooper; S De Franceschi; P Horsch; P Johnson; S Julian; V Kravtsov; K Kugel; Y Maeno; K Matveev; H Mook; R Nicholas; H-R Ott; M Randeria; TM Rice and A Yacoby.

Location and costs: The conference will take place at the Newton Institute and accommodation for participants will be provided at Wolfson Court, a hall of residence adjacent to the Institute. The conference package costs 300, which includes registration fee, accommodation for five nights, and all meals during the conference. Limited financial support may be available to young researchers from EC countries*.

Applications: Completed application forms should be sent to Maureen Clark at the Newton Institute. The closing date for receipt of applications has been extended to 30 April 2000

Offers of posters (numbers will be limited) with title and short abstract should accompany the application.

* EC Member States: Austria; Belgium; Denmark; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Ireland; Italy; Luxembourg; The Netherlands; Portugal; Spain; Sweden; United Kingdom.
Associated States: Bulgaria; the Czech Republic; the Republic of Cyprus; Estonia; Hungary; Iceland; Israel; Latvia; Liechtenstein; Lithuania; Norway; Poland; Romania; Slovakia and Slovenia.

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