Topological Quantum Matter: Concepts and  Realizations, to be held at the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara, from August  26, 2019 to November 22, 2019. Applications are now being accepted. We encourage you to inform others who might be interested in applying. Information about the program can be found online at Apply by September  9, 2018.

At KITP programs, scientists learn from each other and do substantive  research, often in collaboration with other participants. To foster  interaction, KITP encourages theorists to stay for as long as  possible. Three weeks is the minimum stay for a regular participant. If you wish to participate, go to the program web page, and click  Apply. Late applications will be considered as budget and space  permit. We may not be able to accommodate everyone who applies. KITP provides office and computing facilities on-site at UC Santa  Barbara and provides lodging support to all program participants.  Every participant must apply online, even if we have already  corresponded with you about the program. Participation is only by  written, formal invitation from the KITP Director.