International workshop on strong correlations and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy(CORPES17)

July 2-7, 2017, Hiroshima, Japan



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Scope

CORPES is an interdisciplinary workshop whose scope is situated at the crossroads between photoemission spectroscopy and many-body theory. The main goal is to advance our understanding of strongly correlated materials and topological phases using angle-resolved photoemission as a unique tool to access their electronic structure and many-body theory to work out the underlying concepts and mechanisms. Not only the characteristics of correlated quantum matter but also the photoemission process itself will be addressed. The discussion of prospects and challenges brought up by new light sources, novel experimental techniques and innovative theoretical ideas are central to the CORPES forum.

The program will be a balanced fusion of currently well-established and newly emerging topics. It is intended to bring together experts and newcomers in the field, to learn from one another, and to foster collaborations. We will preserve the workshop spirit, i.e., a linear schedule with no parallel sessions and ample time for discussion after each presentation as well as between sessions. Applicants to the workshop will be selected to give either oral or poster presentations, with the latter being given significant weight to the program including short oral poster "flash sessions".

Topics

SPECTROSCOPIC INVESTIGATIONS OF CORRELATED ELECTRON MATERIALS
  • d- and f-electron systems : cuprates, iron pnictides, iridates, heavy fermions…
  • Doped Mott insulators, unconventional superconductors
  • Charge- and spin-density wave systems
  • Surfaces, polar surfaces, interfaces, multilayers
  • Low-dimensional systems, nanostructures
  • Topological insulators, Weyl semi-metals and strong spin-orbit coupled materials
  • Graphene
ADVANCES IN PHOTOEMISSION TECHNIQUES
  • Time-resolved and two-photon measurements
  • Ultra-high resolution spectroscopies
  • Bulk-sensitive photoemission
  • Spin-resolved techniques
  • New possibilities provided by UV and X-ray free electron lasers
THE PHOTOEMISSION PROCESS
  • One-step model including electron correlations
  • Low and high photon energies
  • High intensities, multi-photon processes, non-linear phenomena
  • Theory of time-dependent spectroscopy
  • Modeling of pump-probe processes
  • Transition matrix elements and final-state effects
MANY-BODY THEORY OF CORRELATED ELECTRONS IN SOLIDS
  • Spectral function of lattice-fermion models
  • Ab initio approaches to single-electron excitations
  • Dynamical mean-field theory and beyond
  • GW, weak- and intermediate-coupling methods
  • Low-energy effective theories
  • Electron-boson coupling
  • Quantum criticality and competing orders
  • Non-Fermi-liquid behavior
  • Novel methods
RELATIONS TO OTHER PHOTON-BASED TECHNIQUES
  • Resonant soft X-ray scattering and inelastic X-ray scattering
  • X-ray absorption spectroscopy
  • Inverse photoemission
  • Tunneling spectroscopy

A brief history of CORPES

CORPES15 was organized by the SOLEIL Synchrotron in the center of Paris on July 5-10th, 2015. It follows the scope and motivation of the previous workshops CORPES05 and CORPES07 held in Dresden, CORPES09 in Zurich, CORPES11 in Berkeley and CORPES13 in Hamburg.

Chair

Takami Tohyama (Tokyo University of Science)
Kenya Shimada (Hiroshima University)

Scientific Committee

Philipp Aebi (University of Fribourg)
Véronique Brouet (University of Paris-Sud)
Daniel S. Dessau (University of Colorado)
Jim Freericks (Georgetown University)
Moritz Hoesch (Diamond Light Source)
Konrad Matho (Institut Néel)
Serguei Molodtsov (European XFEL)
Luc Patthey (Paul Scherrer Institut)
Michael Potthoff (University of Hamburg)
Kenya Shimada (Hiroshima University)
Takami Tohyama (Tokyo University of Science)

Local Organizing Committee

Masashi Arita (Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center, Hiroshima University)
Akihiro Ino (Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center, Hiroshima University)
Koji Miyamoto (Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center, Hiroshima University)
Taichi Okuda (Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center, Hiroshima University)
Hitoshi Sato (Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center, Hiroshima University)
Eike F. Schwier (Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center, Hiroshima University)
Kenya Shimada (Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center, Hiroshima University)

Supporting staff from HiSOR

Tomoko Murayama
Sumito Oonishi
Harumi Shimokubo
Naoko Shinno

Sponsors

Supporters

Inoue Foundation for Science
Inoue Foundation for Science

Electric Technology Research Foundation of Chugoku
Electric Technology Research Foundation of Chugoku

Hiroshima Convention & Visitors Bureau
Hiroshima Convention & Visitors Bureau

Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center, Hiroshima University
Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center, Hiroshima University

 Hiroshima University (Program for Promoting the Enhancement of Research Universities)
Hiroshima University (Program for Promoting the Enhancement of Research Universities)

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