A look into the future!

Quantum materials have unusual thermal, magnetic, and electrical properties. The ability to understand and engineer these materials and control their properties could virtually revolutionize every aspect of society and economy. It will enable new sustainable quantum technologies ranging from quantum information processing, quantum sensors to novel approaches for resolving healthcare needs.


Zhi-Xun Shen, Stanford University, United States: ”In Search for the Next Magic Stone” – Abstract and speaker bio
Irfan Siddiqi, UC Berkeley, United States: ”Computing with Entanglement: A New Chapter in Quantum Materials” – Abstract and speaker bio
Claudia Felser, Max Planck Institute, Germany: ”Chirality and Topology” – Abstract and speaker bio
Subir Sachdev, Harvard University, United States: ”When nature entangles millions of particles: from quantum materials to black holes” – Abstract and speaker bio
Katarina J. Franke, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany: ”Is there a superconducting one-way road? – Directing the current through superconducting junctions with single magnetic atoms” – Abstract and speaker bio
Jens K. Nørskov, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark: ”New catalytic materials are key to the green transition” – Abstract and speaker bio
Susanne Stemmer, UC Santa Barbara, United States: ”Thin Film Topological Matter” – Abstract and speaker bio
Ulf Gran, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden: ”The destruction of particles: when interactions become too strong for particles to exist” – Abstract and speaker bio
Odile Stéphan, Paris-Saclay University, France: ”Seeing the invisible: exploring the quantum nature of the nanoworld with electron (and photon) beams” – Abstract and speaker bio

Time: Nov 28-29, 2022 Location: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden