Dates: 11-15 September 2023
Venue: Abingdon, UK
Applications: applications closed on 17 July 2023.
The aim of the school is to teach young PhD students the basics of tensor-product states as well as the most recent technical developments. This is particularly important given the increasing number of groups working on this quickly evolving topic. The lectures will be given by researchers who work actively both on the development and the application of tensor-product state based methods.
Andrew Green, UCL
Frank Pollmann, TUM
Norbert Schuch, University of Vienna
Frank Verstraete, Cambridge
Natalia Chepiga, TU Delft
Dieter Jaksch, University of Hamburg
Juraj Hasik, UVA (Tutorials)
Curt von Keyserlingk, King’s College London
Barbara Kraus, TU Munich
David Pérez-García, UCM / ICMAT
Didier Poilblanc, Université de Toulouse & CNRS
Adam Smith, Nottingham
This year, the International Quantum Tensor Network will provide financial support to the School as a workshop, since it provides an opportunity to strengthen international collaboration among the next generation of researchers in tensor networks. The School also provides the opportunity for its organisers and lecturers to collaborate on scientific matters.
Successful applicants will be notified in late July, after applications close. Then, a £150 registration fee will be charged to successful applicants, but local accommodation (for a stay of 5 nights) which will be provided to no cost – some rooms on a single and some on a shared room basis. You will also receive lunches and refreshments during the day at no cost. Further details will be communicated to the successful applicants at a later date.
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