Nonequilibrium Superconductivity

Date & Time


The Conference is organized by the Hamburg-New York Max Planck Center on Nonequilibrium Dynamics. Our aim is to bring together a select group of experimentalists and theorists working in nonequilibrium superconductivity and related fields to assess the current state of the field and define directions for future research. We aim for an intense workshop atmosphere, with ample time for collaboration and discussion, and ample time for questions during talks. 

 

Organized by: Andrea Cavalleri, Eugene Demler and Andy Millis

  • Agendaplus--large

    Monday, January 13

    9:00-9:15 AMAndy Millis, Eugene Demler and Andrea Cavalleri Welcome
    9:15-10:15 AMHideo Aoki (Univ. of Tokyo)Floquet engineering and Higgs dynamics in superconductors
    10:15-10:30 AMBreak
    10:30-11:30 AMMichele Fabrizio (SISSA)Transient cooling low-frequency excitations by impulse perturbations
    11:30-12:30 PMRick Averitt (Univ. of California, San Diego)Light-Induced Dynamics and Control in Layered Cuprates and Iridates
    12:30-2:00 PMLunch and Discussion
    2:00-3:00 PMDieter Jaksch (Oxford University)Non-stationary dynamics in quantum matter
    3:00-3:15 PMBreak
    3:15-4:15 PMMartin Eckstein (FAU-Erlangen)Nonequilibrium Superconductivity in Strongly correlated systems: Insights from dynamical mean-field theory
    4:15-5:15 PMDmitri Basov (Columbia University)My 2020 vision for transient nano-spectroscopy/imaging of quantum materials including unconventional superconductors
    5:15-7:00 PM Reception

    Tuesday, January 14

    9:00-10:00 AMAndrea Damascelli (Univ. of British Columbia)Ultrafast control of superconducting phase coherence and pseudogap correlations in cuprates
    10:00-11:00 AMZ.X. Shen (Stanford University/SLAC)What can we learn about strongly coupled system by time-domain experiment?
    11:00-11:30 AMBreak
    11:30-12:30 PMGil Refael (CalTech)Dynamical Localization, Bunching, and high-order topological states in Floquet Systems
    12:30-2:00 PMLunch and Discussion
    2:00-3:00 PMDaniele Nicoletti (MPSD)Optically-driven superconductivity in high-Tc cuprates
    3:00-3:15 PMBreak
    3:15-4:15 PMDaniel Dessau (Univ. of Colorado, Boulder)Ultrafast ARPES measurements of cuprate superconductors
    4:15-5:15 PMNanlin Wang (ICQM Peking University)Photoinduced nonequilibrium response in underdoped cuprates probed by time-resolved terahertz spectroscopy

    Wednesday, January 15

    9:00-10:00 AMAnatoli Polkovnikov (Boston University)
    10:00-11:00 AMLeonid Glazman (Yale University)Non-equilibrium quasiparticles in superconducting qubits
    11:00-11:30 AMBreak
    11:30-12:30 PMMatteo Mitrano (Harvard University)Probing Ultrafast Diffusion in an Electronic Crystal
    12:30- 2:00 PMLunch and Discussion
    2:00-3:00 PMVictor Galitski (Univ. of Maryland)Hubbard excitons in the underdoped cuprates
    3:00-3:15 PMBreak
    3:15-4:15 PMDragan Mihailovic (Jozef Stefan Institute)Metastability of topological configurational states created through rapid quench in 2D correlated systems
    4:15-5:15 PMPeter Armitage (Johns Hopkins University)Nonlinear THz excitation and THz two dimensional coherent spectroscopy in superconductors
    5:30- 7:00 PMConference Dinner

    Thursday, January 16

    9:00-10:00 AMDavid Hsieh (CalTech)Controlling magnetism in a Mott insulator by photo-doping
    10:00-11:00 AMMarios Michael (Harvard University)Nonlinear optics with collective excitations and photoinduced superconductivity in YBCO
    11:00-11:30 AMBreak
    11:30-12:30 PMJoseph Orenstein (Univ. of California, Berkeley)Nonlinear dynamic conductivity in Weyl semimetals
    12:30-2:00 PMLunch and Discussion
    2:00-3:00 PMDirk van der Marel (University of Geneva)The mechanism of superconducting pairing in doped strontium titanate
    3:00-3:15 PMBreak
    3:15-4:15 PMMichele Buzzi (MPSD)Photo-induced superconductivity in organic superconductors
    4:15-5:15 PMPanel DiscussionSuperconductivity beyond the cuprates

    Friday, January 17

    9:00-10:00 AMDaniel Podolsky (Technion)Higgs amplification in non-equilibrium K3C60
    10:00-11:00 AMMarco Schiro (CNRS)Hubbard Model with Optically Modulated Interaction and Eta- Pairing
    11:00-11:30 AMBreak
    11:30-12:30 PMIvar Martin (Argonne National Lab)Driving up superconducting Tc
    12:30-1:00 PMClosing Remarks
    1:00-3:30 PMLunch and Discussion
  • Participantsplus--large
    Hideo AokiUniversity of Tokyo
    Peter ArmitageJohns Hopkins University
    Rick AverittUniversity of California, San Diego
    Dmitri BasovColumbia University
    Michele BuzziMPSD, Hamburg
    Andrea CavalleriMPSD, Hamburg
    Giuliano ChiriacoColumbia University
    Andrea DamascelliUniversity of British Columbia
    Eugene DemlerHarvard University
    Daniel DessauUniversity of Colorado, Boulder
    Philipp DumitrescuCCQ
    Martin EcksteinFAU Erlangen-Nümberg
    Michele FabrizioSISSA
    Victor GalitskiiUniversity of Maryland
    Antoine GeorgesCCQ
    Leonid GlazmanYale University
    Yuan-Yao HeCCQ
    David HsiehCalTech
    Dieter JakschUniversity of Oxford
    Benedikt KlossColumbia University
    Peter LuntsCCQ
    Ivar MartinArgonne National Laboratory
    Marios MichaelHarvard University
    Dragan MihailovicJožef Stefan Institute
    Andy MillisCCQ
    Matteo MitranoHarvard University
    Daniele NicolettiMPSD, Hamburg
    Joseph OrensteinUniversity of California, Berkeley
    Abhay PasupathyColumbia University
    Daniel PodolskyTechnion
    Anatoli PolkovnikovBoston University
    Gil RefaelCalTech
    Aaron SternbachColumbia University
    Artem StrashkoCCQ
    Angel RubioCCQ
    Marco SchiroCEA-Saclay
    Z.X. ShenStanford University
    John SousColumbia University
    Dirk van der MarelUniversity of Geneva
    Nanlin WangPeking University
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