Strongly Interacting Systems at the Nanoscale
INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS TRIESTE (ITALY)
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The Final Proceedings for Strongly Interacting Systems at the Nanoscale, 8 August 2005 - 12 August 2005. The purpose of the meeting is to bring together the communities of two different fields of solid-state physics, namely those of mesoscopic physics and of strongly correlated systems. The conference will focus on some of the recent intriguing themes in mesonanoscale science and correlated electron physics the non-equilibrium quantum systems, central spin problems, novel phenomena in nanoparticles and molecular conductors, and the physics of cold atomic gases. The conference presents a unique opportunity for scientists from developing countries to learn first hand about the recent advances and the current research in two rapidly growing fields, where the pace of research is much faster than the ability of major journals to reflect the new progress.
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