Invited Speakers

  • Felix Baumberger (University of Geneva) Electronic correlations and enhanced spin-orbit coupling in Sr2RuO4 determined from high-resolution laser-based ARPES
  • Johan Biscaras (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris) Tuning superconductivity in atomically thin materials with space charge doping
  • Lilia Boeri (Sapienza University, Rome) High-Tc Superconductivity at High Pressures
  • Matteo Calandra (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris) Crystal prediction in dense hydrogen systems: the crucial role of quantum ionic effects
  • Amalia Coldea (Oxford University) Anomalous transport and quenched nematic criticality in FeSe1-xSx
  • Xi Dai (Hong Kong University) Pseudo Landau levels, non-local exchange and quantum anomalous Hall effect in twisted bi-layer graphene systems
  • Ankit Disa (MPI Hamburg) Driving non-equilibrium phase transitions by light-induced “strain”
  • Tilman Esslinger (ETH, Zurich) From Floquet engineering to dynamical gauge fields
  • Benoit Fauqué (ESPCI and Collège de France, Paris) Metallicity driven by thermal amplification of the carrier mass in SrTiO3
  • Marco Grilli (Sapienza University, Rome) Dynamical Charge Density Waves pervading the phase diagram of High-Tc Superconducting Cuprates
  • Russell J. Hemley (University of Illinois, Chicago) High-Tc Superconductivity in Dense Hydrogen Systems
  • Peter Hirschfeld (University of Florida) From Mott to Not: Phenomenology of the Overdoped Cuprate Superconducting State
  • Nigel Hussey (High Field Magnet Laboratory, Nijmegen) Effective Hall number across the strange metal regime of hole-doped cuprates
  • Ricardo Lobo (ESPCI, Paris) Infrared clues on the superconducting properties of Iron-Arsenide superconductors
  • Paul Loubeyre (CEA, Arpajon) Observation of the transition to metal hydrogen: a stepping stone towards disclosing novel quantum many-body effects
  • Nicola Marzari (EPFL, Lausanne) The great acceleration in computational materials discovery:
    a case study in 2D materials and topological insulators
  • Christophe Mora (ENS, Paris) Topology and perfect metal in trilayer moiré graphene
  • Cyril Proust (LNCMI, Toulouse) Universal T-linear Resistivity and Planckian Dissipation in Overdoped Cuprates
  • Giorgio Sangiovanni (Wuerzburg Universitet) Hund’s metals respond
  • Peter Schauss (University of Virginia) Probing dynamical properties of Fermi-Hubbard systems with a quantum gas microscope
  • Ulrich Schollwoeck (University of Munich) Matrix product states and real materials
  • Michael Sentef (MPI, Hamburg) Nonequilibrium Materials Engineering
  • Chandra Varma (New York University) Linear in T and linear in |H| resistivity in cuprates, Heavy Fermions and Fe-based compounds
  • Ali Yazdani (Princeton University) Spectroscopic signatures of many-body correlations in magic angle twisted bilayer Graphene

On Wednesday 25th at 17h David Abergel (associate editor at Nature Physics) will give a talk: "Inside Nature Physics"