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1216 May 2014
Dresden, Saxony, Germany
Registration deadline
Feb 15, 2014
Joachim Brand, Sergej Flach, Peter Schwerdtfeger
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Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems
Nöthnitzer Str. 38


Nonlinear Physics at the Nanoscale: A Cross-Fertilization on Stochastic Methods

Coherent quantum dynamics is heavily influenced by interactions and fluctuations, e.g. in quantum optics, ultracold atomic gases, and polariton condensates. We will cross-fertilize the use of stochastic methods when describing open quantum systems, many-body quantum dynamics and driven quantum systems in the presence of temporal and spatial fluctuations in and out of equilibrium.

Topics include
• Stochastic field approaches to quantum many body physics
• Entanglement based methods for open quantum many body systems
• Stochastic open quantum systems
• Dynamics of noisy non-equilibrium quantum many body systems
• Ultra-long time propagation of quantum many body waves
• Nonlinear dynamics of dissipative quantum condensates

This meeting launches the program of Exploratory Tandem Workshops MPIPKS (Dresden) - NZIAS (Auckland). The second tandem partner meeting will take place in Auckland in 2015.
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