The table for the 2022 school is shown below for reference. The 2023 school is likely to follow a similar format, although we may adjust some timings in light of feedback from students in 2022. All dates are in August 2022.
CQF – Correlated Quantum Fluids (Sam Carr and Chris Hooley)
ELS – Electrons in Solids (Niels Walet)
SCQ – Strongly Correlated Systems (Chris Hooley)
STM – Statistical Mechanics (Richard Blythe)
QIM – Quantum Information for Quantum Matter (Zlatko Papic)
DFT – Density Functional Theory (Mohammed Saeed Bahramy)
MES – Mesoscopic Physics (Ed McCann)
TOP – Topological Phases of Matter (Sam Carr)
T-x – time to work through assorted problems from each lecture course, and a chance to ask further questions to the lecturers and tutors.
S-1 – Aitor Garcia-Ruiz – Graphene Twistronics
S-2 – Sarah Harris – Biophysics is the future
S-3 – Raul Santos – The Hubbard model on a quantum computer
S-4 – Ginestra Bianconi– The dynamics of higher-order networks: the effect of topology and triadic interactions
S-5 – Panel Discussion on Scientific Communication
S-6 – Felix Flicker – Quasicrystals
Poster-1, Poster-2 – you will be assigned which session you are in when you arrive at the school. Each session will begin with a one-minute introduction to each poster.