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Workshop ``New Aspects of Localization’’

Toulouse, November 27-28 2017

par Bertrand Georgeot - 8 novembre 2017

Toutes les versions de cet article : English , français

Organizers : Gabriel Lemarié and Bertrand Georgeot

Scope

Since the work of Anderson (1958) introducing the phenomenon of localization of waves due to disorder, a very active research area seeks to understand the effects of disorder in a variety of systems, from disordered superconductors to cold atoms. This subject has become a burning issue since it was realized that it can lead to the absence of thermalization (through many-body localization) and for applications in e.g. imaging and telecommunications.

The goal of this two day workshop is to bring together young and senior researchers experts in Anderson localization, multifractality and quantum disordered systems. Multidisciplinary by nature, these subjects have seen important advances in recent years which we wish to see addressed here in order to stimulate the exchange of ideas at the intersection of several fields of theoretical physics.

Location

IRSAMC, seminar room

IRSAMC (The Institute of Research on Complex Atomic and Molecular Systems) is a federation of four laboratories in physics and fundamental chemistry, LCAR, LCPQ, LPCNO and LPT, whose research activities are supported both by the University Paul Sabatier, by the CNRS and the INSA.

The IRSAMC seminar room is located in the building 3R1, entry B4, on the campus of the University Paul Sabatier (see below).

Scientific programme

Monday 27
10:00 B. van Tiggelen (LPMMC, Grenoble, France) Tba
10:40 Coffee break
11:00 F. Pietracaprina (Sapienza, Università di Roma, Italy) Entanglement and correlations in a Many-Body Localizable system
11:40 A. Mirlin (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany) Anderson (de-)localization on finite Cayley trees and on random regular graphs
12:20 Lunch break
14:00 M. Dupont (LPT, Toulouse, France) Competition between localization and delocalization in a dirty quantum magnet
14:40 S. Skipetrov (LPMMC, Grenoble, France) Anderson localization of vector waves
15:20 Coffee break
15:40 D. Luitz (Technische Universität München, Germany) Dynamical localization in interacting driven systems
16:20 D. Shepelyansky (LPT, Toulouse, France) Kolmogorov turbulence defeated by Anderson localization
17:00 Coffee break
17:20 M. Pasek (Collège de France, Paris, France) New perspectives on localization in dilute ultracold atomic gases
20:00 Social dinner
Restaurant ``Les Copains d’abord’’
Tuesday 28
09:00 D. Delande (LKB, Paris, France) Quantum transport in the atomic kicked rotor
09:40 E. Doggen (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany) Chaos-assisted tunneling in the presence of Anderson localization
10:20 Coffee break
10:40 V. Kravtsov (ICTP, Trieste, Italy) Non-ergodic phases on Bethe lattice : replica symmetry breaking solutions and population dynamics numerics
11:20 R. Dubertrand (Université de Liège, Belgium) Scaling theory of the Anderson transition in random graphs : ergodicity and universality
12:00 Lunch break
13:40 M. Tarzia (LPTMC, Paris, France) The Anderson model on the Bethe lattice : delocalized non-ergodic crossover and Many-Body ``glassy’’ dynamics
14:20 N. Laflorencie (LPT, Toulouse, France) Bose-glass physics : recent results
15:00 Coffee break
15:20 T. Thiery (Institute for Theoretical Physics, Leuven, Belgium) The many-body delocalization transition as an avalanche
16:00 C. Miniatura (MajuLab, Singapore) Signatures of the Anderson transition in momentum space

Practical aspects

Access to Toulouse

  • arrival by plane : from the Toulouse-Blagnac airport, take the tram line T2 and get off at the station ``Palais de Justice’’ or take the Airport shuttle and get off the bus at the stop "Jean Jaurès".
  • arrival by train : from the Matabiau station in Toulouse, take the metro (line A) as far as the station Jean Jaurès.

Directions to the meeting venue

  • Take metro line B, direction Ramonville
  • Get off at "Université Paul Sabatier"
  • Exit towards the university
  • Follow the indications of the map below.

Lodging and meals

  • For invited speakers, we will cover lodging, and meals during the duration of the workshop (arrival Nov 26, departure Nov 29). However, travel costs will not be covered.
    The hotel is the Hôtel Riquet (92 rue Riquet, Toulouse). It is located close to station Jean Jaurès on metro line B.
    Lunches will take place at the restaurant l’Esplanade on the campus of the university.
    The social dinner will take place on Monday 27, 20:00, at Restaurant Les Copains d’abord (38 rue du Pont Guihemery, Toulouse)
  • Regular participants can find a list of hotels here.