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About this event

Web site
www.pks.mpg.de/~to…
When
2729 Mar 2014
Where
Dresden, Germany
Registration deadline
Jan 26, 2014
Organiser
Roderich Moessner (MPIPKS Dresden), Sid Parameswaran (University of California at Berkeley & Irvine)
Contact address
Ms. Claudia Poenisch
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems
Noethnitzer Str. 38
Dresden
Germany
Tel
+49-351-871-1932
E-mail
tomaeq14@pks.mpg.de…

Workshop

Topological Matter out of Equilibrium

Much of the work on non-equilibrium statistical mechanics has relied on the notion of a local order parameter,
absent in topological phases. Conversely, studies of topological phenomena have focused on equilibrium and ground-state properties.
The intersection of these fields remains largely uncharted territory.

This workshop brings together theorists from both groups, as well as experimentalists
studying dynamical phenomena in a variety of systems, covering topics such as topological
phenomena in driven systems, hydrodynamic descriptions of phases with emergent gauge fields,
ultrafast and inelastic spectral probes of quantum matter, the development of numerical methods,
and finally potential experiments in the solid state and ultracold atomic gases.