The Center for Nonlinear Studies and Los Alamos National Laboratory are
pleased to announce the hybrid workshop,
Chirality, Topology and Unconventional Superconductivity in Sr2RuO4 and UTe2
October 28 – 30, 2021
This workshop will be held in-person at the Drury Plaza Hotel in
Santa Fe, NM for those vaccinated against COVID-19 and will be broadcast to
**** Per current DOE guidelines, in-person conference
attendance will be limited to 50 participants. ****
PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST APPLY TO ATTEND IN-PERSON OR REGISTER AS A VIRTUAL
ATTENDEE ON THE WEBSITE IN ADVANCE OF THE WORKSHOP.
Unconventional superconductivity remains a grand challenge in condensed matter
physics, and progress relies on new insights from both known and new
materials. The goal of this workshop is to present the current knowledge of
unconventional superconductors Sr2RuO4 and UTe2, discuss recent progress in
the field, and pinpoint the key outstanding questions and opportunities to be
addressed by the community in the coming years. In particular, the workshop
will examine experimental data and theoretical models that shed light on the
superconducting order parameter of Sr2RuO4 and UTe2, including time-reversal
symmetry breaking, Fermi surface, topological classification, and
symmetry-sensitive microscopic and thermodynamic probes.
We hope you can join us!
Stuart Brown (University of California, Los Angeles)
Peter Hirschfeld (University of Florida)
Priscila Rosa (Los Alamos National Laboratory)