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Theory of Condensed Matter 2021

Online Meeting, Thursday 10th June 2021

This is an opportunity for all interested in Condensed Matter Theory to meet. There will be four talks and poster presentations hosted on the platform.

The 2021 Sam Edwards Thesis Prize will be announced at the meeting.

Organisers: Hannah Price and Chris Hooley


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


Ronojoy Adhikari (University of Cambridge): "Aspects of geometry in active soft condensed matter"

Janet Anders (University of Exeter): “Quantum Brownian Motion for Magnets"

Maria Hermanns (Nordita): “Kitaev spin liquids”

Gian-Marco Riganese (UCLouvain): "Materials informatics: the combined power of high-throughput ab initio calculations and machine learning"


Please register and submit your poster titles ONLINE.
For further details contact


Poster submission deadline: 4th June
Please make sure you send your poster in advance to by 4th June so that we can preload all posters onto the platform, which will be used for the workshop and poster session. For more information and important details about the specific formatting required for these files, please read the Posters subpage.

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