Local Organisers

Jun.-Prof. Andreas Rost (University of Stuttgart & Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Germany)

Professor Hidenori Takagi (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany)

Venue

Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research
Heisenbergstraße 1
70569 Stuttgart, Germany

University of Stuttgart IPVS
Universitätsstraße 38
70569 Stuttgart, Germany

How to find the University of Stuttgart IPVS

How to find the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

<p style="text-align: left;"><strong><strong>By Car:</strong></strong> At Autobahnkreuz Stuttgart (the Stuttgart motorway interchange, exit 51, Vaihingen). Take the A831, direction «Stuttgart-Mitte». Leave at the «Universität» exit. At the traffic lights on the bridge, turn left, direction «Universität». Follow Universitätsstraße, then turn right into Nobelstraße. At the end of Nobelstraße (roundabout), turn right into Büsnauer Straße (first exit).<br /><strong>Public transport from Stuttgart Main Station:</strong> Take lines S1, S2 or S3 of the Underground («S-Bahn»), in the direction of «Herrenberg» or «Flughafen». Get off at Vaihingen. Change to bus line 81 (direction «Büsnau») and get off at «Max-Planck-Institute».<br />At Vaihingen station you can also take a taxi to the  «Max-Planck-Institute»).<br /><strong>Public transport from Stuttgart Airport:</strong> Take lines S2 or S3 of the Underground («S-Bahn»), directions «Schorndorf» or  «Backnang». Get off at Vaihingen. Change to bus line 81 (direction «Büsnau») and get off at «Max-Planck-Institute».<br /> At Vaihingen station you can also take a taxi to the  «Max-Planck-Institute»).</p> Zoom Image

By Car: At Autobahnkreuz Stuttgart (the Stuttgart motorway interchange, exit 51, Vaihingen). Take the A831, direction «Stuttgart-Mitte». Leave at the «Universität» exit. At the traffic lights on the bridge, turn left, direction «Universität». Follow Universitätsstraße, then turn right into Nobelstraße. At the end of Nobelstraße (roundabout), turn right into Büsnauer Straße (first exit).
Public transport from Stuttgart Main Station: Take lines S1, S2 or S3 of the Underground («S-Bahn»), in the direction of «Herrenberg» or «Flughafen». Get off at Vaihingen. Change to bus line 81 (direction «Büsnau») and get off at «Max-Planck-Institute».
At Vaihingen station you can also take a taxi to the  «Max-Planck-Institute»).
Public transport from Stuttgart Airport: Take lines S2 or S3 of the Underground («S-Bahn»), directions «Schorndorf» or  «Backnang». Get off at Vaihingen. Change to bus line 81 (direction «Büsnau») and get off at «Max-Planck-Institute».
At Vaihingen station you can also take a taxi to the  «Max-Planck-Institute»).

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Topological quantum phenomena have come to the forefront of condensed matter science in recent years. While a key focus is on the emerging topological insulator phases and topological superconductivity the overarching concepts play a key role in a wide range of fields such as cold atom research, quantum phases in liquid helium and novel spin liquid states.

This workshop aims to bring together two very active communities in this field from Germany and Japan through a program of invited and contributed talks as well as poster presentations. The program will allow for ample discussions and exchange especially at the conference dinner. The workshop is supported by the Max Planck Society and Humboldt Foundation in Germany and the JSPS program on Topological Material Science in Japan.


Registration & Abstract Submission

The registration and the abstract submission is taking place via word form. You can download both templates from the "Downloads" section on this page. Please send your registration form and your abstract via email to .

  • The local organisers will then arrange the accommodation based on the registration.
  • After submission of your abstract, you will receive an electronic confirmation to the email address you have used to send the abstract.

Deadlines

Regular registration: July 16, 2016

Abstract submission: August 5, 2016

Standard Poster Dimensions

841 mm (width) x 1189 mm (height) (A0 format)

 
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