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SFT 2023 - Lectures on Statistical Field Theories

Feb 06, 2023 - Feb 17, 2023

Apply (deadline: Nov 15, 2022 )


Abstract
The aim of the school is to bring together PhD students with interests in low-dimensional quantum field theory, conformal field theory and integrable models, and their applications to statistical mechanics and condensed matter systems, and to help them building a solid and specialized background on these subjects. The school provides sets of postgraduate lectures covering introductory topics as well as recent developments in the field.

Lectures will be scheduled four hours each morning, for a total amount of about forty hours, over two weeks. Presentations will be given on the blackboard. The afternoon will be devoted to exercises, study, and discussions with lecturers and senior participants. A desk and standard research facilities will be provided to all participants.

The school can admit up to forty participants. Financial support for accommodation expenses may be provided, upon request.

The courses can be included in the the Ph.D. curricula of Italian Universities and abroad. If necessary, a final exam on the courses can be taken.

Please note that unless new restrictions will be imposed, the school will be held in presence only.


Topics

Barry Bradlyn (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign): Introduction to Topological Quantum Chemistry
Anna Minguzzi (LPMMC, CNRS and Universite Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble): Strongly interacting one-dimensional systems under confinement: exact solutions
Lorenzo Piroli (IPM, ENS, Paris): Quantum-circuit models for many-body physics out of equilibrium
Balt van Rees (CPHT, CNRS and Ecole Polytechnique, Saclay): S-matrices and the bootstrap
Francesco Zamponi (LP, CNRS and ENS, Paris): Introduction to the dynamics of disordered systems: equilibrium and gradient descent


Previous editions




Organizers
Pasquale Calabrese (SISSA, Trieste)
Jerome Dubail (University of Lorraine, Nancy)
Fabian Essler (University of Oxford)
Cristiane Morais-Smith (University of Utrecht)
Andrea Trombettoni (University of Trieste)
Jacopo Viti (INFN, Florence and IIP, Natal)


Advisory board
Denis Bernard (ENS, Paris)
Andrea Cappelli (INFN, Florence)
Filippo Colomo (INFN, Florence)
Giuseppe Mussardo (SISSA, Trieste)


Local organizer
Andrea Cappelli

Contact
andrea.cappelli@fi.infn.it