Quantum Eigenfunctions and Thermalization

26 March 2018, 11.00 AM - 26 March 2018, 5.15 PM

4th Floor, Howard House, Queens Avenue, School of Mathematics, Bristol BS8 1SD

The main purpose on this conference is to bring together researchers working on different aspects of the statistical theory of quantum eigenfunctions.

Programme |  Download here Conference Programme 26 March 2018 (PDF, 430kB)

To register please complete this form https://goo.gl/Xcwx6T


John Chalker (Oxford)
A minimal model for chaotic quantum dynamics in a spatially extended many-body system
Christian Gogolin ( Barcelona)
What it takes to shun equilibration
Arijeet Pal (Oxford)
Non-ergodic eigenstates in quantum spin glass models
Paul Skrzypczyk (Bristol)
The resource theory approach to quantum thermodynamics
Simone Warzel (Munich)
Localization-delocalization transitions in random matrix models

Accommodation | The Rodney Hotel  sits within the beautiful Clifton Village, a highly sought after Bristol location offering cultural landmarks and stunning scenery.

The Rodney Hotel | 4 Rodney Place, Clifton, Bristol BS8 4HY | T: 0117 973 5422

Getting to Here

  • By Train station (Temple Meads) | Howard House is located on Queens Avenue. Buses number 8 and 9 run from Temple Meads to Howard House.  The number 8 stops in Queens Road, and the number 9 stops in Queens Avenue. If you prefer to take a taxi, it's about 10 mins ride from the station to Howard House.

  • By air | Take a taxi from Bristol Airport to the Rodney Hotel(£30-£35).

From Rodney Hotel to Conference Venue (Howard House):  Download a map 
From Temple Meads to Conference Venue (Howard House): Download a map

Contact information

Academic Organisers | Eugène Bogomolny Paris-Sud (CNRS) and The Benjamin Meaker Visiting Professor (Bristol), Jon Keating (Bristol), and Martin Sieber (Bristol)
Administration | Abla Hatherell | a.hatherell@bristol.ac.uk 

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