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About this event

Web site
www.pks.mpg.de/~sp…
When
15 Jul2 Aug 2013
Where
Dresden, Germany
Registration deadline
Apr 30, 2013
Organiser
Ronny Thomale, Björn Trauzettel, Simon Trebst
Contact address
Ms. Claudia Poenisch
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems
Noethnitzer Str. 38
Dresden
Germany
Tel
+49-351-871-2198
Fax
+49-351-871-2199
E-mail
spore13@pks.mpg.de…

Workshop

Spin Orbit Entanglement: Exotic States of Quantum Matter in Electronic Systems

It has become increasingly appreciated in recent years that entirely new states of matter can be formed
which originate from the entanglement of spin and orbital degrees of freedom. Beyond the prominent
example of topological band insulators, this motif has repeated itself across a variety of underlying electronic
states resulting e.g. in the emergence of skyrmion lattices in the chiral metal MnSi, multiferroics,
or unconventional Mott physics in 5d transition metal oxides such as the Iridates. e aim of this program
is to further deepen our understanding of spin-orbit induced phenomena, to explore new directions
in material science, and provide an opportunity for young researchers to immerse themselves in
this rapidly developing eld.