Workshop at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light (Erlangen, Germany) July 8-10, 2019
Quantum thermodynamics, i.e. the thermodynamics applied to small quantum systems rather than macroscopic fluids, has become a hot topic joining forces from quantum optics, information theory, condensed matter, and statistical mechanics. At the same time, optomechanical systems, trapped ions, and superconducting circuits are being established as versatile experimental platforms to probe the principles of thermodynamics on the level of a few quanta and put quantum models of thermal machines into practice.
This workshop aims at bringing together the expertise from the theoretical and the experimental side to initiate discussions and ideas for experimental realizations of quantum thermal machines and thermally driven processes, as well as for new theoretical methods to describe the underlying open quantum dynamics.
Stefan Nimmrichter (main contact)
Gesine Murphy (administrative support)
When & Where:
Monday-Wednesday, July 8-10, 2019, at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light (Staudtstr. 2, 91058 Erlangen, Germany)
This is a small and focused workshop. Registration is open for anyone interested and working in the field, but the number of participants will be limited. The registration fee is 100 EUR for regular participants, which includes lunch, coffee breaks, and conference dinner. It does not include accommodation or drinks at the conference dinner.
Talk slots will be reserved for invited speakers, but we will have a few slots available for contributed talks, and participants are welcome to present a poster. Please provide a title and abstract of your contribution and select whether you wish to give a talk instead of a poster. We will notify you of the outcome once the registration is closed.
Please register here by May 8, 2019.