Workshop Details
Physics of Emergent Correlated Materials
06/03/2013 - 06/07/2013
Meeting Description:

Materials with strong electronic correlation are currently at the forefront of research in condensed matter physics. These include materials such as the unconventional Fe-based superconductors, the skyrmion phase materials such as MnSi, the spin-ice systems, and the oxide interfaces between Mott insulators and band insulators. The workshop will focus on the phenomenology and the origin of these unconventional behaviors and will include both theorists and experimenters working actively on these systems. We expect that the Telluride meeting will stimulate intense discussions between the participants and foster new ideas towards the understanding of the correlated systems.

Notes:

Generously sponsored in part by Oak Ridge National Lab and University of Missouri
Organizers: Professor Sashi Satpathy, University of Missouri, Email: satpathys@missouri.edu
Dr. David J. Singh, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, Email: singhdj@ornl.gov

If you are interested in attending a meeting, but have not received an invitation, please contact the workshop organizer about availability before registering. Most TSRC meetings are very small, typically only about 25 people

Meeting Venue:

The John and Anne Ryan Campus
459 West Dakota Telluride CO 81435

Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization Arrival Information Departure Information Interested in Sharing Transportation?
Annett, James University of Bristol 6/2
6/7
Y
Baldini, Maria HPSynC, Carnegie Institution of Washington
Banerjee, Sumilan The Ohio State University 6/2
6/8
Bhattacharya, Anand Argonne National Laboratory 6/2
6/7
Biermann, Silke Ecole Polytechnique 6/2
6/8
Y
Biswas, Amlan University of Florida 6/2
6/7
Y
Caviglia, Andrea Delft University of Technology
Chen, Ru University of California, Santa Barbara 6/2
6/7
Y
Dasgupta, Indra Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science 6/2
6/7
Y
Demkov, Alex University of Texas 6/3
6/7
Eckstein, James University of Illinois 6/3
6/7
Fiete, Gregory University of Texas at Austin 6/3
6/6
Y
Hor, Yew San Missouri University of Science and Technology 6/2
6/7
Hossain, Suman Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 6/2
6/7
Y
Ismail-Beigi, Sohrab Yale University
Johnston, David Iowa State University 6/2
6/9
Kagawa, Fumitaka University of Tokyo 6/2
6/7
Y
Kanazawa, Naoya University of Tokyo 6/2
6/8
Kelly, Paul University of Twente 6/1
6/7
Koster, Gertjan University of Twente 6/2
6/7
Lee, Jun-Sik Stanford University 6/3
6/7
Loidl, Alois Augsburg University 6/2
6/8
Mandrus, David University of Tennessee 6/2
6/8
Y
Mannhart, Jochen Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research 6/2
6/6
Meetei, Oinam Nganba Ohio State University 6/2
6/8
Pickett, Warren University of California Davis 6/2
6/7
Popovic, Zoran The Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinca, Universit 6/2
6/7
Randeria, Mohit Ohio State University 6/2
6/8
Y
Saha-Dasgupta, Tanusri S.N.Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences 6/2
6/7
Y
Satpathy, Sashi University of Missouri 6/2
6/8
Sherafati, Mohammad University of Missouri 6/2
6/9
Singh, David Oak Ridge National Lab. 6/2
6/8
Stemmer, Susanne University of California, Santa Barbara 6/2
6/7
Tsymbal, Evgeny University of Nebraska
Veedu, Shanavas University of Missouri 6/2
6/9
Warusawithana, Maitri Florida State University

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