About this event
- Web site
- 22–26 Sep 2014
- Dresden, Saxony, Germany
- Registration deadline
- Jun 15, 2014
- Arseni Goussev, Rodolfo Jalabert, Diego Wisniacki
- Contact address
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems
Nöthnitzer Str. 38
Echoes in Complex Systems
Echoes are ubiquitous phenomena in several branches of physics, ranging from acoustics, optics, condensed matter or cold atoms to geology. They are at the base of useful experimental techniques, such as Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, photon echo, and time-reversal mirrors. During the last decade the focus of echo studies has shifted to complex systems, typically classically chaotic, disordered or many-body.
The aim of this workshop is to trigger interdisci- plinary communication among experimentalists and theoreticians, exchange of ideas, and future collaborations among leading experts and junior researchers entering the field.
A special symposium entitled ''Echoes in Magnetic Resonance'' will be organized in memoriam of the scientific work of Prof. Patri- cia Levstein, a pioneer expert of NMR echoes in complex systems.
•echoes in magnetic resonance
•echoes in cold atom systems and optics
•quantum information, decoherence and echoes
•echoes and statistical physics of small systems
•time-reversed wave propagation
•theoretical aspects of Loschmidt echo