Quantum Criticality Symposium

Quantum Criticality: Heavy Fermion Systems and Beyond

Registration is now closed - please email ginny.w@rice.edu

Event Schedule and Abstracts

This symposium will provide a forum for informal discussions on quantum criticality. It will highlight heavy fermions, which serve as a prototype system for the study of quantum criticality and emergent phases and have provided the setting for ideas that go beyond the traditional Landau framework. It will also cover a broad range of other correlated electron materials in which quantum criticality is likely important, such as the iron-based superconductors and the recently advanced chromium arsenides. Pertinent theoretical studies will be an important and integral part of the discussions.

Location: Rice University

Dates: March 26 (full day) and 27 (tentatively ending mid afternoon)


James Analytis (UC Berkeley)
Eric Bauer (Los Alamos)
Rebecca Flint  (Iowa State)
Pallab Goswami (U Maryland)
Alan Goldman (Iowa State)
Kevin Ingersent (U Florida)
Sung-Sik Lee (McMaster)
Hong Liu (MIT)
Hilbert von Loehneysen (Karlsruhe)
Jianlin Luo (IOP/CAS, China)
Yuji Matsuda (Kyoto, Japan)
Emilia Morosan (Rice)
Silke Paschen (TU Vienna)
Jed Pixley (Maryland)
Andy Schofield (Birmingham, UK)
Frank Steglich (MPI-CPfS, Dresden)
Susanne Stemmer (UCSB)
Joe D. Thompson (Los Alamos)
Tomo Uemura (Columbia)
Yayu Wang (Tsinghua)

For more information please contact Ginny Whitaker ginny.w@rice.edu

Organizers: Pengcheng Dai and Qimiao Si


This event is sponsored by the Army Research Office


Thu, Mar. 26 - Fri, Mar. 27, 2015
9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central


BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC) - Room 280
6500 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77030
United States