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4th Les Houches School in Computational Physics : From Quantum Gazes to Strongly Correlated Systems

The quantitative description of degenerate and strongly correlated quantum many-body systems is the main subject of the 2014 school on computational physics. The courses will introduce the state-of-the- art approaches, e.g. quantum Monte Carlo, dynamical mean-field, and density matrix renormalization group methods. These courses will focus on the physics of ultracold atomic gases, which is particularly suited for a pedagogical introduction, as experiments directly realize fundamental models of quantum many-body theory and enable quantitative comparisons in correlation-dominated regimes. More recent developments and present trends at the interface with other condensed matter systems will be exposed in short lectures and seminars.

Organisers :

  • M. Holzmann (CNRS)
  • T. Roscilde (ENS, Lyon)
  • J.-L. Barrat (UJF, ILL, Grenoble)

The School will focus on the quantitative description of degerate quantum gases and strongly correlated systems using state-of-the-art computational methods. It is organized over 2 weeks, and it comprises several mini-courses (4 hours each + 2 hours of tutorial) and topical seminars. It is specifically targeted to PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, and young researchers in the field of quantum many-body theory.

Applications are now accepted. Deadline for application :

March 30th, 2014

Due to the limited number of participants we can accept, we ask each applicant to provide us with a recommendation letter.

Registration :

Full cost including housing and meals is 400€ for students and 600€ for postdoctoral researchers.
The application form and more information can be found at http://comp-phys 2014.sciencesconf.org.
e-mail : houches.2014 lpmmc.cnrs.fr


Invited lecturers :

  • Alice SINATRA, ENS, Paris
  • Andreas LÄUCHLI, Universität Innsbruck
  • Antoine GEORGES, Collège de France, Paris
  • Boris SVISTUNOV, UMass, Amherst
  • Corinna KOLLATH, Universität Bonn
  • David CEPERLEY, UIUC, Urbana-Champaign
  • Lode POLLET, LMU, München
  • Massimo BONINSEGNI, University of Alberta
  • Philipp WERNER, Université Fribourg
  • Román ORÚS, Universität Mainz
  • Saverio MORONI, SISSA, Trieste
  • Stefan WESSEL, RWTH, Aachen
  • Stefano GIORGINI, University of Trento

School topics include :

  • Gross-Pitaevskii and Classical Field Theory
  • Quantum Monte Carlo in the continuum (zero and finite temperature)
  • Lattice Quantum Monte Carlo
  • Dynamical Mean Field Theory
  • Density Matrix Renormalization Group
  • Exact Diagonalization/ Series Expansions
  • Diagrammatic Monte Carlo
  • Tensor Network Algorithms

Voir en ligne : http://comp-phys-2014.sciencesconf.org

Post-scriptum :

Les Houches is a village located in the French Alps (Chamonix valley).
Established in 1951, the Physics School is located at 1150 m above sea level with breathtaking views on the Mont- Blanc.