The Quantum Hall Effect: Past, Present & Future (QHE)
8-10 March 2017
Program Organizers: Jennifer Cano, Barry Bradlyn, Scott Geraedts, Andrei Bernevig, Duncan Haldane, Ravin Bhatt, Mansour Shayegan (All from Princeton University)
The quantum Hall effect remains the cornerstone of our understanding of topological physics. One of the reasons for its continued relevance is consistent experimental progress, including new materials (e.g., graphene and zinc oxide) and even new platforms (optical cavities and photonic devices). It is also experiencing a theoretical revival due to a new understanding of the half-filled Landau level, and to intense interest in the interplay between quantum Hall states and geometry. This workshop will focus on recent advances in quantum Hall physics, with the aim to bring together different experimental and theoretical communities.
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