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Recent Progress in Many Body Theory

July 27, 2009 – July 31, 2009

Location: Ohio State University

http://icamconferences.org/rpmbt15-09/

Organizers: Nandini Trivedi, Chair, Ohio State University; Eric Braaten; Richard Furnstahl; Tin-Lun Ho; and Mohit Randeria.

The 15th meeting of the series International Conference on Recent Progress in Many Body Theories (RPMBT15) will take place in the Department of Physics at The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH from July 27-31, 2009.

The Conference continues the series initiated in Trieste in 1978 and is devoted to new developments in the field of many-body theories.  The focus is on the development and application of theoretical methods and computational algorithms driven by a strong experimental motivation for quantum many-body systems arising in diverse subfields of physics.  A central event of the Conference is the Feenberg Award Session in which the nominee will receive the 2008 Feenberg Medal.

Important Dates

Reception of Abstracts             May 15, 2009
Acceptance of Contributions         April 10, 2009
Registration fee (early payment)      May 8, 2009

Topics

- Cold Bose and Fermi Gases
- Optical Lattices
- Strongly Correlated Electrons
- Quantum Liquids and Supersolids
- Nuclear and Quark Physics
- Computational Quantum Many-Body Physics



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