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Advanced many-body and statistical methods in mesoscopic systems III

September 4 - 8, 2017, Buşteni, Romania


Organized by:

IFIN-HH Academy of Romanian Scientists
Horia Hulubei National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH) Academy of Romanian Scientists(AOSR)

Previous editions: September 1 - 5, 2014, Brasov, Romania June 27 - July 2, 2011, Constanta, Romania

Introduction
Invited Speakers
Accommodation
Fees
Registration
Program
Location
Sponsors
Travel


Scope of the Conference:

Mesoscopic structures are between "not so few-" and "not too many-" body quantum systems. Good examples of such systems are complex atoms, molecules and nuclei, nanostructures etc. They exhibit specific finite size properties like fluctuations, dissipative phenomena, collective excitations, superfluidity, shell and clustering effects. The methods employed in the description of such systems try to match the few-body quantum mechanics with many-body techniques and thermodynamics.

The main goal of this interdisciplinary conference is to bring together scientists working in various areas of mesoscopic physics, from nanoscale condensed matter physics to nuclear physics, in order to facilitate the exchange of ideas and theoretical techniques, as well as the interaction between theorists and experimentalists.

Location:

Buşteni is situated in the center or Romania, in the Carpathians mountains, in the middle of a well known touristic area.

Topics

  • Equilibrium and non-equilibrium quantum statistics, including fractional statistics
  • Open quantum systems and decay processes
  • Nuclear structure and decay processes
  • Clustering features in atomic and nuclear systems
  • Quantum transport
  • Nanotubes and quantum dots
  • Spin systems and their dynamics
  • Fundamental symmetries in mesoscopic systems
  • Phases and phase-transitions in mesoscopic systems
  • Exactly solvable models
  • Selfconsistent many-body theories
  • Giant versus Pygmy resonances in nuclei
  • Matter in strong electromagnetic fields

Travel

  • Buşteni is situated 125 km North of Bucharest, along DN1 (National Road 1), which is in good condition and can be accessed very easily. The resort can be reached from Bucharest by train, car, bus or mini-bus. For the participants that require transportation, the organizers will supply it from the airport.

Financial support

  • Information will be included
For more information, please contact the organizers.

Chair

Doru-Sabin Delion,
IFIN-HH, Romania

Local Organizers

Dragos-Victor Anghel,
IFIN-HH, Romania
Sorin Paraoanu,
Aalto University, Finland

Secretary

Alexandru Dumitrescu,
IFIN-HH, Romania

International organizing committee

Alexandru Aldea,
National Institute of Materials Physics, Romania
Boris Altshuler,
Columbia University, USA
Miles Blencowe,
Dartmouth College, Hanover, USA
Sergiu Cojocaru,
IFIN-HH, Romania
Jorge Dukelsky,
Instituto de Estructura de la Materia, CSIC, Spain
Yuri Galperin,
Univ. of Oslo, Norway
Aurelian Isar,
IFIN-HH, Romania
P. Schuck,
Institut de Physique Nucleaire Orsay, France
I. Tighineanu,
Academy of Sciences, Republic of Moldova
Nicolae Victor Zamfir,
IFIN-HH, Romania

Contact

Doru-Sabin Delion:
delion [at] theory.nipne.ro
Mobile: +40788661918

Dragos-Victor Anghel:
dragos [at] theory.nipne.ro
Mobile: +40755293358

Sorin Paraoanu:
paraoanu [at] cc.hut.fi


Alexandru Dumitrescu:
alexandru.dumitrescu [at] theory.nipne.ro
Mobile: +40740566794