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Conference Program - Presentations

Poster Papers

S. Fiorillo, University Magna Gr?cia

Development of a dry-cooled SMES based on MgB2

Cinzia Di Giorgio, University of Salerno

Vortex-Antivortex coexistence in Nb based Superconductor/Ferromagnet heterostructures

Qiudong Guo, Chongqing Center for Superconductive Science and Technology

Application of YBCO to the Industry of Magnetic Separation

Alen Horvat, Jozef Stefan Institute

Spin-orbit coupling in three-orbital Kanamori impurity model

Jure Kokalj, Jozef Stefan Institute

Charge susceptibility and bad-metal behavior

Ho Keun Lee, Kangwon National University

Effect of Terbium Substitution on Structure and Magnetic Properties of RuSr2(Eu1.2Ce0.8)Cu2O10-x

J. Li, Southwest Jiaotong University - Cheng du

Ac loss and thermal behavior of superconducting bulk subjected to the sinusoidal travelling magnetic field

Liang Li, Department ofPhysics, Peking University

Relevance of Phonons and Superconductivity in YBCO System

Y.P. Qi, The University of Hong Kong

Effect of Residual Strain on the Electronic Transport and Magnetoresistance Properties of Multiferroic in thin film of La0.9Ca0.1MnO3/0.7Pb(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3-0.3PbTiO3

Jun Zheng, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu

Design and fabrication of a hybrid levitation model employing PML and SML


Sunday 11 September 2016

18:00

Registration and Welcome Drink


Monday 12 September

08:50

Chairman

Opening Session

09:00

J.D. Fan, Chongqing Academy of Science and Technology, Chongqing, China

Proximity of antiferromagnetism and superconductivity in cuprates and pnictides in terms of Hubbard model

09:30

Ivan Bozovic, Brookhaven National Laboratory

Why is Tc in cuprates so high?

10:00

J. E. Hirsch, University of California, San Diego

How to explain the Meissner effect without violating momentum conservation

10:30

Coffee

11:00

Davor Pavuna, Physics Institute, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland

On Local Pairs vs. BCS: Quo Vadis High-Tc Superconductivity?

11:30

Ludwig Mathey, University of Hamburg

Theory of enhanced interlayer tunneling in optically driven high Tc superconductors

12:00

N. Barisic, Institute of Solid State Physics, Vienna University of Technology

Revised phase diagram of the cuprates

12:30

L. Krusin Elbaum, City College of New York

High-Tc surface superconductivity of Dirac puddles in the topological insulator Sb2Te3

13:00

Lunch

15:00

Zoran Radovic, University of Belgrade

High-temperature superconductivity in cuprates defies Fermi-liquid description

15:20

M. de Llano, Instituto de Investigaciones en Materiales, UNAM, 04510 Mexico City

A Generalized BEC Theory for Superconductors with Arbitrary Coupling

15:40

H. Takeya, Tokyo University of Science

Fullerene-based Superconducting Fibers and Wires

16:00

J. Gao, Department of Physics, University of Hong Kong

Field effects on heterojunctions composed with electron doped La11-xHfxMnO3and Nb-SrTiO3 perovskites

16:20

Liwei Jin, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu

Effect of Eddy Current Damper on the Characteristics of DynamicOperation in High TemperatureSuperconducting Maglev System

16:40

Coffee

17:00

Adrian Crisan, National Institute of Materials Physics, Bucharest-Magurele,

Old Experiments in Multicomponent Superconductors

17:20

Y. C. Jiang, Suzhou University of Science and Technology

P-to n-type transition behavior observed in single-crystal tungsten films

17:40

Wei Guo, School of Physics, Peking University

The spin pairing symmetry in d-wave superconductor indicated by tunneling spectroscopy

18:00

Chavez Israel,UNAM, Mexico City

Superconducting Energy Gap within Generalized BEC Theory

19:00

Dinner


Tuesday 13 September

09:00

Han-Yong Choi, Sung Kyun Kwan University

Experimental determination of the pairing interaction for high Tc superconductivity in cuprates

09:30

A Feiguin, Northeastern University, Boston

Spectral signatures of spin-charge separation and long range oder in the 2D Hubbard model: A CPT+DMRG study

10:00

Takami Tohyama, Tokyo University of Science

Incident-energy dependent spectral weight of resonant inelasticx-ray scattering in doped cuprates

10:30

Coffee

11:00

P. Prelovsek University of Ljubljana

Many-body localization in disordered Hubbard model

11:30

Marcin Mierzejewski, University of Silesia

Distinctive response of many-body localized systems to strong electric field

12:00

X. C. Wang, Beijing National Laboratory for Condensed Matter Physics

The behavior hole-doped LiFe11-xVxAs

12:30

M. Aichhorn, Institute of Theoretical and Computational Physics, TU Graz

Pnictides at half-filling: Electronic, magnetic, and optical properties of manganese pnictides

13:00

Lunch

14:30

Excursion to Postojna cave and dinner


Wednesday 14 September

09:00

Dragan Mihailovic, Jozef Stefan Institute

Intersite pairing and percolative superconductivity in short-coherence length superconductors

09:30

Tomaz Mertelj, Jozef Stefan Institute

Ultrafast relaxation dynamics in electron-doped iron pnictides

10:00

M. Potthof, Institut fuer Theoretische Physik, University of Hamburg

Real-time dynamics of a spin coupled to a Fermi sea

10:30

Coffee

11:00

M. Sentef, MPSD Hamburg

Theory of ultrafast dynamics in superconductors

11:30

D. Fausti, Universita di Trieste

TBA

12:00

Martin Eckstein

Out of equilibrium control of exciton condensates

12:30

C. Giannetti, i-LAMP, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Brescia

The room temperature prodrome of charge-order in copper oxides

13:00

Lunch

14:50

John Y.T. Wei, University of Toronto

Search for Higher-Tc Superconductivity in Heterostructured and Superoxygenated Cuprate Thin Films

15:20

Jingxiang Zhao, University of Science and Technology Beijing

Interplay of p-wave pairing potential and spin-orbit coupling in two-dimensional noncentrosymmetric superconductors

15:40

Qiang Gu, University of Science and Technology Beijing

Spin dynamics of large-spin cold fermions in a harmonic trap

16:00

Lan Yin, Peking University

BCS-BEC transition in a Dilute Bose Gas with Spin-Orbit Coupling

16:20

T. Domanski, Institute of Physics, M. Curie Sklodowska University

Exotic interplay between superconductivity and correlations in quantum dots

16:40

Coffee

17:00

Karol I. Wysokinski, M. Curie-Sklodowska University

Holographic superconductors in the presence of dark matter

17:20

J. Dufour

Synthesis of an Iron Pico-Hydride(Fe-pH). A permanent electric dipole of atomic size with high enthalpy of formation

17:40

Ahmet Oral, METU, Ankara, Turkey

High performance magnetic imaging usingScanning Probe Microscopy(SPM)at low temperatures(20mK-300K)

18:00

I. Kakeya, Kyoto University

Intrinsic Josephson properties and superconducting fluctuation in PbSr2Y1-xCaxCu2O7+ epitaxial films

18:20

G. Z.Liu, Suzhou University of Science and Technology,

Effects of oxygen annealing on the microstructure and physical properties of La0.8Ba0.2MnO3 films

18:40

Roman Puzniak, Polish Academy of Sciences

Superconductivity and phase separation in iron-based superconductors

19:00

Dinner


Thursday 15 September

09:00

Dirk Manske, MPI Stuttgart

Higgs Spectroscopy of Superconductors in non-equilibrium

09:30

Massimo Capone

A unified framework for strongly correlated superconductivity in cuprates, pnictides and fullerides

10:00

Philipp Werner, University of Fribourg

Spin and orbital freezing in unconventional superconductors

10:30

Coffee

11:00

Oleg P. Sushkov, University of New South Wales

Violation of the Spin Statistics Theorem and the Bose-Einstein Condensation of Particles with Half Integer Spin

11:30

Andrzej M. Oles, Jagiellonian University,

Exotic Spin-Orbital Order in Transition Metal Oxides

12:00

D. K. Sunko, University of Zagreb

New paradigm for strongly correlated wave functions

12:30

Fabian Heidrich-Meisner, LMU Munich

Advanced density matrix renormalization group methods for electron-phonon problems

13:00

Lunch

14:30

Posters

15:20

V.A. Gasparov, Institute of Solid State Physics RAS, Chernogolovka

Magnetic field dependence of high-Tcinterface superconductivity in La11.55x0.4544 heterostructures

15:40

Frank Marsiglio, University of Alberta

Two-orbital realization of the Dynamic Hubbard Model

16:00

Janez Bonca, University of Ljubljana and Jozef Stefan Institute

Nature of Bosonic Excitations Revealed by High-Energy Charge Carriers

16:20

I. Vaskivskyi, Jozef Stefan Institute

Coherent control of the hidden states. A step towards stable photoinduced superconductivitya

16:40

Coffee

17:00

Judy Z. Wu, University of Kansas

Josephson junctions with Al2O3 Atomic Layer Deposition tunnel barriers studied with Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy

17:20

Wanmin Yang, Shaanxi Normal University

The effect of ZnO Addition on the Properties of Single Domain YBCO Bulks fabricated by RE+011 TSIG process

17:40

J.Qiu, University of Science and Technology

Strain tuned surface microstructure, electrical and magnetic properties of La0.8Ba0.2MnO3 films

18:00

Free time

19:00

Banquet


Friday 16 September

09:00

T. Itou, Tokyo University of Science

Superconductivity realized in an organic system with a triangular lattice

09:30

Viktor Kabanov, Jozef Stefan Institute

Upper critical field in the model with finite range interaction between electrons

10:00

Rok Zitko, Jozef Stefan Institute

Magnetic impurities in superconductors: strong correlation effects

10:30

Coffee

11:00

Jean-Francois Geneste, Airbus Group Innovations

Applying Novel Theoretical Lattice Model of the Atom to Superconductivity

11:30

M. Znidaric, University of Ljubljana

Lindblad master equations as a tool to study nonequilibrium

12:00

M. M. Maska, University of Silesia

Phase coherence in a coupled boson-fermion model

12:30

D. Arcon, University of Ljubljana and Jozef Stefan Institute

TBA

13:00

Lunch

15:00

William Collis, ISCMNS

Improved Global Nuclear Mass Relations

15:20

Ivan Madan, Jozef Stefan Institute

Ultrafast optical control of phase slip dynamics

15:40

Chairman

Closing Remarks