Jul 15. till Jul 19.

International Workshop on Strong Correlations and Angle-Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy

Workshop dedicated to recent experimental and theorectical advances in the electronic structure of strongly correlated systems and quantum materials.

15/07/20192019-07-15 - 19/07/20192019-07-19
Worcester College, Oxford University, UK
Workshop Website

CORPES19 is an international workshop dedicated to recent experimental and theoretical advances in the electronic structure of strongly correlated systems and quantum materials. This workshop will bring together scientists working in the broad areas of many-body electronic structure theory and angle-resolved photoemission Spectroscopy (ARPES).

The aim of the meeting is to deepen our understanding of the microscopic mechanisms underpinning the properties and functionalities of quantum materials (e.g. topological systems, 2D materials, correlated oxides, and superconductors). Recent experimental and theoretical advances in photoemission spectroscopy will also be covered. More generally, the workshop is intended to be an opportunity for the international community to discuss the most recent developments and future directions in these areas.

Visit the conference website for further information. 

Call for abstracts

Abstracts are now being accepted for oral and poster presetation at CORPES 2019. The final deadline for submissions is Friday 1st March 2019.

For further details on how to submit see the conference website here


Céphise Cacho (Diamond Light Source)
Feliciano Giustino (University of Oxford)

Local Organising Committee

Pavel Dudin (Diamond Light Source)
Mirian Garcia-Fernandez (Diamond Light Source)
Timur Kim (Diamond Light Source)
Tien-Lin Lee (Diamond Light Source)
Charlotte Sanders (Central Laser Facility)
Sungwon Jung (Diamond Light Source)
Kejin Zhou (Diamond Light Source)

International Programme Committee

Philipp Aebi (University of Fribourg)
Véronique Brouet (University of Paris-Sud)
Céphise Cacho (Diamond Light Source)
Daniel S. Dessau (University of Colorado)
Jörg Fink (IFW, Dresden)
Jim Freericks (Georgetown University)
Feliciano Giustino (University of Oxford)
Moritz Hoesch (DESY)
Peter Johnson (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
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)



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