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913 Sep 2013
Dresden, Germany
Registration deadline
May 31, 2013
R. Ketzmerick, U. Peschel, K. Richter, P. Schlagheck
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Katrin Lantsch
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems
Nöthnitzer Str. 38


International Workshop on Advances in Quantum Chaotic Scattering: From (Non-)Linear Waves to Few-Body Systems

Wave and particle scattering processes with complex dynamics play an important role in atomic and molecular systems, in the electromagnetic wave propagation, in mesoscopic science, as well as in the dynamics of ultracold atoms. The theoretical understanding of such scattering processes is challenged by the generic appearance of chaos, which calls for numerical or statistical approaches as well as for semiclassical techniques. The aim of this workshop is to trigger interdisciplinary communication, exchange of ideas, and future collaborations between leading experts on this topic. We shall put special emphasis on the propagation of coherent light and matter waves in disordered systems, on wave optics and acoustics within complex scattering geometries, on the semiclassical understanding of scattering in mesoscopic systems, as well as on classical and quantum dynamics in chaotic few-body systems featuring a high-dimensional phase space.