Wave Localization and Many-Body Localization in Quantum Information
Organized by M. Filoche
Wave localization is ubiquitous in many physical systems. In condensed matter physics, Anderson localization of electronic states induced by the presence of a structural disorder at the atomic scale has been and still is for a large part a long-standing theoretical and experimental puzzle. The question has pervaded other fields such as optics or cold atom physics, with experimental setups trying to achieve spatial localization of light or of atomic matter waves in Bose-Einstein condensates.
Du lundi 24 octobre 2022 à 09h00 au vendredi 28 octobre 2022 à 17h30Institut d'Etudes Scientifiques, Cargèse, Cargèse