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KITP Weekly Program of Scientific Activities

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Monday, Nov 28

11:00am Synthetic Quantum Matter Auditorium
Jun Ye (Univ. of Colorado)
Spin-orbit coupled fermions in an optical lattice clock
2:00pm Universality in Few-Body Systems Small Seminar Room
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"Get together" organizational Meeting

Tuesday, Nov 29

10:00am Synthetic Quantum Matter Auditorium
Jutho Haegeman (Ghent University)
Continuous matrix product states and the Quantum Gross-Pitaevskii Equation
10:30am Universality in Few-Body Systems Small Seminar Room
Xia-Ji Liu (Swinburne)
Virial Expansion for a strongly correlated Fermi gas
11:15am Universality in Few-Body Systems Small Seminar Room
Peter Drummond (Swinburne)
Using projected coherent states and phase-space methods in innovative ways
12:30pm High Energy Seminar Broida 3302
Edgar Shaghoulian (UCSB)
Emergent gravity from Eguchi-Kawai reduction
2:00pm Symmetry, Topology, and Quantum Phases of Matter Auditorium
Roman Lutchyn (Microsoft)
Coulomb blockade effect in proximitized nanowires
3:30pm Special Seminar Small Seminar Room
Han Fu (U. of Minnesota)
Electron transport in SrTiO3 accumulation layers
4:00pm Physics Department Colloquium Broida 1640
Will Marshall (Planet Labs)
Using satellites to Image the whole Earth every day

Wednesday, Nov 30

10:00am Synthetic Quantum Matter Auditorium
Ady Stern (Weizmann Inst.)
Pairing in Luttinger liquids and Quantum Hall state
2:00pm KITP Colloquium Main Seminar Room
Mike Zaletel (Princeton)
Symmetry constraints in quantum materials: making the most of seeing nothing
3:30pm Universality in Few-Body Systems Auditorium
Daniel Phillips (Ohio U)
Emiko Hiyama (RIKEN)
Tag-team talk-Phillips: "Do halo nuclei exhibit few-body universality?" Hiyama: "The universality between few-body nucleon systems and fermionic atom systems: application of Gaussian Expansion Method to the tetra-neutron system"

Thursday, Dec 1

10:00am Synthetic Quantum Matter Auditorium
Sergey Frolov (Univ. of Pittsburgh
Quantum simulation with Andreev dot chains: towards the Kitaev model
2:00pm Symmetry, Topology, and Quantum Phases of Matter Auditorium
Dima Feldman (Brown University)
Particle-hole symmetry without particle-hole symmetry in the quantum Hall effect in the second Landau level
2:00pm High Energy Seminar Small Seminar Room
Fernando Pastawski (Free University of Berlin)
Quantum code properties from holographic geometries
3:30pm Universality in Few-Body Systems Auditorium
Guido Pupillo (ISIS)
Gora Shlyapnikov (Univ Paris-Sud)
Tag-team talk: "Discussion on few-body liquids"

Friday, Dec 2

3:30pm Universality in Few-Body Systems Auditorium
Gerrit Groenenboom (Radboud Univ.)
Open discussion "Quantum chemical approach of few-body physics"

Seminar Rooms, Auditorium, Commons Room, and Founders' Room are located on the 1st floor of Kohn Hall. Coffee and cookies are served daily in Kohn Hall Commons Room at 3:15 p.m. except on those Tuesdays when there is a Physics Department Colloquium.
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