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At the conference center of the Max-Planck Society, Schloss Ringberg, we will have a 3-day symposium (Februray 17 - 20, 2019) on correlated and collective phenomena in low dimensional structures and complex materials.

The symposium is organized by Christoph Tegenkamp (TU Chemnitz) and Martin Wolf (FHI Berlin).

Confirmed Keynote Speakers

Silke BiermannCentre de Physique Théorique, France
Correlated electron materials - a playground for theoreticians
Ralph ClaessenUniversity of Würzburg, Germany
Local spectroscopy of helical 1D edge states in a quantum spin Hall insulator: Electronic correlations and interferometry at coupled edges
Franz HimpselUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Electronic properties of atomic wires: from semiconductor surfaces to organic chains and DNA
Ulrich HöferUniversity of Marburg, Germany
Ultrafast Time-Resolved Investigations of Electron Transport at Surfaces and Internal Interfaces
Michael Horn-von HoegenUniversity of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Laudatio speech: A life dedicated to Surface Science: from 3-state Potts via 2-D materials to 1D-atomic wires
Hanno WeiteringUniversity of Tennessee, USA
Potential for high-temperature superconductivity on a silicon platform