Lorentz Center - Emerging Issues in Heavy Fermion Materials Physics from 19 Jul 2004 through 23 Jul 2004
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    Emerging Issues in Heavy Fermion Materials Physics
    from 19 Jul 2004 through 23 Jul 2004

 
The workshop addresses the emerging issues in heavy Fermion physics, with an emphasis on materials aspects, which recent exper

The workshop addresses the emerging issues in heavy Fermion physics, with an emphasis on materials aspects, which recent experiments as well as theories have brought into focus. These issues include (but are not limited to) unconventional superconductivity/exotic pairing mechanisms, coexistence of magnetism and superconductivity, and unconventional normal states/quantum criticality. The theoretical issues raised by the experimental results will be extensively discussed.

 

Following the tradition of the Lorentz Center, the workshop will provide ample time for informal discussions. Each participant will have a desk and access to a computer. We plan to have a limited number of 25 minute talks each day that will serve to present the current status of our understanding and to stimulate the discussions during the week. The program will be developed after collecting the participants' suggestions.



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