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KITP Online Reunion Conference: Return of the Intertwined: New Developments in Correlated Materials
(Jul 29-30, 2020)
Coordinators: Erez Berg, Rafael Fernandes, Eun-Ah Kim, and Steven A. Kivelson

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Wednesday, Jul 29, 2020

New perspectives on intertwined order, Chair: Steve Kivelson (Stanford)

8:00am Subir Sachdev (Harvard) Intertwining fractionalization and broken symmetry: theories for the onset of magnetism in disordered and clean metals[Slides][Video]
8:45am Peter Armitage (Johns Hopkins) Locating the Missing Superconducting Electrons in the Overdoped Cuprates (and cyclotron resonance!)[Slides][Video]

Multi-component superconductors, Chair: Rafael Fernandes (Minnesota)

10:00am Joerg Schmalian (KIT) Strain manipulation of multi-component order parameters[Slides][Video]
10:45am Andy Mackenzie (MPI-CPfS) Update on the physics of Sr2RuO4[Slides][Video]

Thursday, Jul 30, 2020

Correlated phenomena in moire materials, Chair: Eun-Ah Kim (Cornell)

8:00am Pablo Jarillo-Herrero (MIT) Competing orders, nematicity, and phase transitions in magic angle graphene.[Video]
8:45am Jie Shan (Cornell University) Strong correlations in 2D semiconductor moiré superlattices[Slides][Video]

Developments in unconventional superconductivity, Chair: Erez Berg (Weizmann Institute)

10:00am Daniel Agterberg (UW Milwaukee) Topologically protected nodes: application to Sr2RuO4 and UTe2[Slides][Video]
10:45am Vidya Madhavan (Univ. of Illinois) Topological superconductivity in pnictides and UTe2[Video]
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