The symposium will be held on July 13th and 14th (Wednesday and Thursday), see the program below. (Other GEFES symposia @Bienal RSEF).

Find more information in the Bienal webpage.

In low-dimensions, interactions are often important and result in a variety of effects of great interest. Specific topics included in this area are:

  • Many-body localization
  • Quantum transitions
  • Electron glasses and slow relaxation
  • Topological insulators
  • Transport in nanoparticle assemblies
  • Advances in Condensed Matter Physics

Organizing Committee

Miguel Ortuño Ortín, Universidad de Murcia

Hermann Suderow, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid



Wednesday, July 13th

15:30-15:50 Michael Pepper (University College London) Non-Magnetic Fractionally Quantized Conductance in Quasi-One Dimensional Semiconductor Structures
15:50-16:10 Dragana Popovic (National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Florida State University) Quench dynamics in two-dimensional electron systems: Long-range vs short-range Coulomb interactions
16:10-16:30 Igor Lerner (University of Birmingham) Electron-phonon decoupling in two dimensions
16:30-16:50 Victor Kagalovsky (Shamoon College of Engineering) The emergence of the non-interacting channel in the strongly interacting 1D system
16:50-17:05 Manuel Pino (Universidad de Salamanca) Scaling up the Anderson transition in random-regular graphs
17:05-18:00 Posters and Coffee
18:00-18:20 Vladimir Dobrosavljević (Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA) Disorder-dominated quantum criticality in moiré bilayers
18:20-18:40 Javier E. Villegas (Unité mixte de Physique CNRS/Thales) Tunnel electroresistance and photomemristive effects in strongly-correlated oxide/metal junctions
18:40-19:00 C. Anton-Solanas (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) Exciton-polaritons with 2D materials, from cryogenic to ambient conditions
19:00-19:15 J. Molina-Vilaplana (Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena) A Non-Gaussian Variational Approach to Interacting Bosons in One Dimensional Lattices
19:15-19:30 Alberto Rodríguez (Universidad de Salamanca) Chaos for Interacting Bosons and Random Two-Body Hamiltonians

Thursday, July 14th

15:30-15:50 Yuval Gefen (Weizmann Institute of Technology) The Role of Neutral Modes at the Edge of Quantum Hall Phases: The Emergence of Superconductivity
15:50-16:10 I V Yurkevich (Aston University) Superconducting edge states in a topological insulator
16:10-16:30 Gloria Platero (CSIC) Simulation of chiral topological phases in driven quantum dot arrays
16:30-16:50 Vincent Humbert (Unité mixte de Physique CNRS/Thales) Overactivated transport in the localized phase of the Superconductor-Insulator transition
16:50-17:02 Shamashis Sengupta (IJCLab Paris-Saclay) Superconductor-Insulator transition in YSi thin films
17:02-17:40 Coffee
17:40-18:00 Claire Marrache-Kikuchi (Université Paris-Saclay) Crossover from impurity-controlled superconductivity to granular superconductivity in (TMTSF)2ClO4
18:00-18:20 Mariela Menghini (IMDEA Nanociencia) Room temperature Mott metal-insulator transition in V2O3 compounds
18:20-18:35 María Tenorio Tuñas (Instituto Catalán de Nanociencia y Nanotecnología) Doped Nanoporous graphene as a new material for ultrasharp superlattice heterojunctions
18:35-18:50 Enrique Abad (Universidad de Extremadura) Ping-pong balls in motion: peculiarities of diffusive transport and structure formation
18:50-19:10 Vladimir Kravtsov (ICTP) TBA


P1 Jose Antonio Moreno (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) Electronic band structure inside the superconducting gap from Yu-Shiba-Rusinov states in quasi two-dimensional 2H-NbSe2-xSx
P2 Pablo de Vera Gomis (Universidad de Murcia) Ab-initio electronic excitation spectra of ceria: input data for surface-science radiation-transport simulations
P3 Miguel Águeda Velasco (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) Thin films of superconducting Au proximitized with Nb under magnetic fields
P4 Fernando Escobar Ortiz (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) Coexistence of superconductivity and excitonic condensates in two-dimensional crystals
P5 Vladimir Gasparian (California State University, Bakersfield) Anomalous Faraday effect in a PT -symmetric dielectric slab