Princeton Summer School on Condensed Matter Physics
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The Princeton Center for Complex Materials (PCCM) and the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science (PCTS) is proud to present the 10th edition of the Princeton summer school on condensed matter physics. The school is pedagogical in aim; the lectures will be accessible to all graduate students in science.
The school will take place in Jadwin Hall A10 (for lectures) and the Brush Gallery of Jadwin Hall on Princeton’s campus from July 28-31, 2014.
Registration is required. A registration fee of $30 per person is due upon arrival at the school, and will not be prorated for partial attendance or otherwise adjusted. Cash only please.
SPEAKERS AND TENTATIVE TOPICS:
Elliott Lieb (Princeton): Topics in Quantum Entropy and Entanglement
Juan Maldacena (IAS): AdS/CFT, Entanglement Entropy, and Black Hole Entropy
Ali Yazdani (Princeton): Experimental Realization of Majorana Fermions
Nick Bonesteel (Florida State University): Topological Quantum Computation
Roman Lutchyn (Microsoft Station Q): Majorana Fermion Theory
Some campus housing is available for a small fee for participants not within commuting distance of the university. Visit the Local Information page to know more.
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Contacts for Scientific Program:
Faculty Advisor: B. A. Bernevig