Strongly Correlated and low dimensional systems A

Chair Information
Chairman: 
Daniel Podolsky
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Location: 
32 Pesla Toman Gutman - Room 308
Program start time: 
11:30
Program end time: 
13:00

Lectures for this program:

Lecture Time Speaker Lecture subject
11:30-12:00 (invited) Yevgeny Bar Lev Transport in long-range interacting systems
In generic systems with local interactions, transport is diffusive. Introducing long-range interactions should intuitive...
12:00-12:15 Yuval Abulafia Measuring a topological charge by counting wavefunction dislocations
Vacancies, holes pierced in a graphene 2D lattice lead to interesting properties, such as zero energy modes and accumula...
12:15-12:30 Yonatan Messica [1] Anomalous Hall effect in Weyl semimetals
Weyl semimetals have been recently shown to exhibit interesting transport properties, among them the anomalous Hall eff...
12:30-12:45 Michal Zimmerman Probing Interlayer Pairing via Density Imbalance in Excitons Bilayers
Dipolar interactions can stabilize many exotic phases due to their long range and anisotropic nature.
12:45-13:00 Daniel Kaplan Unifying semiclassics and quantum perturbation theory at nonlinear order
Nonlinear electrical response forms a unique window into effects of band structure geometry and reveals the quantum natu...