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15 Sep 2013
Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Barcelona, Spain
Registration deadline
Jun 1, 2013
Contact address
Dr. Matteo Palassini
University of Barcelona


15th International Conference on Transport in Interacting Disordered Systems - TIDS15

The conference is a continuation of the biennial meeting traditionally called HRP (Hopping and Related Phenomena) and now named TIDS. Central to these conferences are systems lacking translational symmetry. In such systems interactions are often important. Dramatic differences in the behavior of crystalline solids and the "disordered" systems are possible. Specific topics of the coming conference include: Hopping transport; Electron glasses and relation to other glassy systems; Anderson localization and many-body localization; Quantum glasses; Metal-insulator and superconductor-insulator transitions; Transport in nanoparticle assemblies; Disorder and interaction in cold atoms; Topological insulators; Transport in biological systems.