The conference on Recent Progress in Many-Body Theories (RPMBT) will take place here at UNC in September 2022.
As a bridge program, this year we are hosting a series of virtual talks in September 2021: the Quantum Many-Body Days.
The format of these talks will be 45 minutes for presentation and 15 minutes for questions and discussion. Please see below links for more information.
Local organizing committee
J. Drut (Chair), G. Basar, A. Nicholson, S. Chandrasekharan, L. Mitas, and T. Papenbrock
September 7th, 2021:
Topology and gauge theories
X.-G. Wen – 10am EST
X. Qi (former Kuemmel award recipient) – 1pm EST
September 14th, 2021:
Machine learning and computational physics
R. Melko – 10am EST
F. Verstraete (former Kuemmel award recipient) – 11am EST
September 21st, 2021:
Quantum computation / quantum information
M. J. Savage – TBD
H. Nishimori – 11am EST
September 28th, 2021:
Universal behavior and strongly coupled theories
S. Sachdev – 10am EST
M. Metlitski (former Kuemmel award recipient) – 11am EST