Topological States and Phase Transitions in Strongly Correlated Systems

  • Published: 2017-02-02

Date:                                     Jul. 3rd _ Jul. 21th, 2017

Local coordinators:             Chen Fang, Zi Yang Meng and Fa Wang

International coordinators:  Liang Fu, Kai Sun and Yi-Zhuang You


The study of phases of matter is a central theme in physics, and has been evolving in parallel with our improved understanding, via new concepts and methods, of many-body systems. In the past decade, the discipline has seen spectacular progress in the research of topological states, phases of matter that are beyond the Landau-Ginzburg-Wilson symmetry-breaking paradigm, but characterized by new types of global quantum numbers. Topological states host many a fascinating phenomenon such as robust edge states and fractional excitations. The exotic material properties make topological states an ideal platform for quantum computation and other technical applications. In the last several years, there has been a surge of new ideas and methods in theories for these states, and experimental discoveries of topological states of matter have also made great impact. The purpose of this Conference is to bring together leading experts to share their exciting discoveries and insights in this vigorous field, providing a venue for discussion and collaboration. 


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