The International workshop on holography and condensed matter systems will take place at the Department of Physics and Geology of the University of Perugia, on September 24 and 25, 2015.
The discovery of new materials has increased in recent years the need for a consistent theoretical description, which could be used
also as a computational framework, for strongly coupled condensed matter systems. The holographic correspondence could be a precious
tool in this direction and might give important insights for systems such as strange metals, high-Tc superconductors, topological
insulators and graphene.
The workshop will put together condensed matter theorists, experimentalists and experts on applications of the holographic correspondence to condensed matter systems. The aim of the workshop will be to establish a common ground between theorists and experimentalists to find the appropriate physical quantities that can be predicted by the gauge/gravity duality and then observed in experiments.
- Camilla Coletti (Center for Nanotechnology Innovation @ NEST, Italian Institute of Technology)
- Johanna Erdmenger (Max Planck Institute for Physics)
- Nick Evans (University of Southampton)
- Veselin Filev (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies)
- Valentina Giangreco M. Puletti (University of Iceland)
- Simon Hands (Swansea University)
- Niko Jokela (University of Helsinki)
- Charlotte Kristjansen (Niels Bohr Institute)
- Nicodemo Magnoli (University of Genova)
- Peter Orland (Baruch College, City University of New York)
- Francisco Peña-Benitez (Crete University & INFN Perugia)
- Alfonso Ramallo (University of Santiago de Compostela)
- Larus Thorlacius (University of Iceland)
- Maria A. H. Vozmediano (Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid)
Nick Evans, Gianluca Grignani, Andrea Marini, Marta Orselli