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University of Warwick, Thursday 7th June 2018

This is an opportunity for all interested in Condensed Matter Theory to meet. There will be four talks and poster presentations. The Sam Edwards Thesis Prize winner will also be announced at the meeting.

Organisers: Andrew Morris, Hannah Price, Bonnie Tsim, and Nicholas d'Ambrumenil (local organisation)

Provisional List of Delegates (PDF Document)

Provisional Programme (PDF Document)

10.30 - 17:00 To include 4 Speakers, Poster Session and Lunch


Bartomeu Monserrat, Cambridge, Hot materials: first principles calculations at room temperature,
Silke Henkes, Aberdeen, Polar and nematic active materials in curved geometries
Curt von Keyserlingk, Birmingham, Many body Floquet phases of matter: Time crystals and SPTs
Alexandra Olaya-Castro, UCL, Bridging quantum science and biology

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