About this event
- Web site
- 11–14 Mar 2014
- Dresden, Germany
- Registration deadline
- Dec 31, 2013
- Ferdinand Evers, Ilya Gruzberg, Victor Kagalovsky
- Contact address
Ms. Sabine Strecker
Nöthnitzer Str. 38
Recent Progress and Perspectives in Scaling, Multifractality, Interactions, and Topological Effects Near Anderson Transitions
In recent years the relevance of localization and Anderson transitions (AT) has been recognized in a variety of research fields including cold atoms, photonics, superconductivity, topological materials and Majorana fermions. The workshop brings together experts in AT and these related fields to share the excitement of their latest research.
Topics to be discussed:
Finite size corrections, high accuracy estimation of critical exponents, proper account of subleading operators.
Critical wave functions, their multifractal spectra - their influence on electron-electron interactions and superconductivity
Experimental signatures of wave function statistics and scaling.
Effects of topology near Anderson transitions.
Impurities and defects in topological materials.
Many body localization