Announcement of a workshop on topological states of matter

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to bring to your attention the workshop “Topological States of Matter” to be held in Donostia–San Sebastian (Spain) on September 5-9, 2016.
http://topostates.dipc.org

The workshop will focus on the topologically ordered phases of matter, their experimental signatures, and their possible applications for topologically-protected quantum computations. The goal of the workshop is to bring together leading experts, experimentalists and theorists, working on topological mesoscopic superconductivity. We hope the workshop will foster collaborations in this new and rapidly developing field, important for the fundamental physics and applications.

The workshop will take place at the Miramar Royal Palace (San Sebastian). All participants are asked to pay a registration fee of 150 EUR which includes conference dinner and coffee breaks.

Please consider submitting an abstract about your recent work at the conference website:
http://topostates.dipc.org/index.php/submit
Accepted participants will have the opportunity to present their work at the poster session. We will also select several contributions from the submitted abstracts to be presented as contributed talks. We advise you to submit the abstract as soon as possible and not later than May 31.

Please find attached a poster of the workshop with a list of confirmed invited speakers. We appreciate if you post it in appropriate places in your research labs to help us advertise the workshop to your colleagues.

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Yours sincerely,

Sebastian Bergeret, Donostia International Physics Center (Spain)
Leonid Glazman, Yale University (USA)
Vitaly Golovach, Donostia International Physics Center (Spain)
Roman Lutchyn, Station Q, Microsoft Research (USA)
Felix von Oppen, Freie Universitat Berlin (Germany)