About the School on Anderson Localization
While Anderson localization is more than 60 years old, it is still an active subject both in theory and experiments. In this school, we intend to review both the usual theory of Anderson localization as well as the novel landscape theory. Experimentally, we will focus on clean systems enabling accurate measurements with a specific emphasis on the ultracold atom experiments.
The question of ergodicity and many-body localization in disordered systems will also be addressed. The goal is to foster knowledge in order to tackle the open problems in the field. This school is organized and financed by the Simons collaboration the localization of waves. It will include tutorials, invited, and contributed talks.
Doctoral students and young researchers are very welcome, however, the school is a priori open to anyone interested. Participation will be free of charge, including lodging and full board. If you wish to participate, please send an email to the organizing committee (firstname.lastname@example.org) and include your profile (name, working position and place, birth date) and one or two lines about your motivation. If you wish to present a poster please specify so—some posters could be selected for oral presentation. The deadline for applications is July 15th. The organizing and scientific committee (A. Aspect and M. Filoche) will then select the participants and confirm participation as space is limited.
Tutorial lectures will be presented by:
- M. Filoche (landscape theory of localization)
- V. Josse (Anderson localization with cold atoms)
- D. Delande (Anderson localization, state of the art and perspectives), to be confirmed
Confirmed invited speakers include: J. Bloch, N. Cherroret, J.-C. Garreau, M. Hoogerland, S. Skipetrov