2017 Hangzhou Symposium for Young Researchers
Teaching Bldg. 12, Room 201, Yuquan Campus, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
April 3-7, 2017


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Welcome to the Hangzhou Symposium for Young Researchers on the Frontiers of Theoretical Physics to be held at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China on April 3-7, 2017.

The aim of the symposium is to bring together young researchers in the frontier of theoretical physics, including high-energy theory, quantum information theory, and condensed matter theory to discuss newly emergent and/or cross-disciplinary subjects. The symposium focuses on, but is not limited to, high-energy physics, cosmology, string theory, topological and quantum information aspects of many-body systems, non-equilibrium quantum dynamics, understanding quantum phases by machine learning, etc. The symposium provides an arena for young researchers to present their recent works and to exchange new ideas. Meanwhile, we encourage the visitors to interact with local faculty members, postdocs and students, and if they are interested, to explore possible collaboration or job opportunities in China.

The symposium is organized by Zhejiang Institute of Modern Physics at Zhejiang University. The institute was founded in 1991 by the Nobel laureate and alumnus Dr. Tsung-Dao Lee. The institute has about twenty faculty members, who pursue a broad range of research in formal quantum field theory, particle phenomenology, lattice QCD, hadron physics, quantum information, strongly correlated electronic systems, topological systems, ultra-cold atoms, non-equilibrium physics, etc.

Organizing Committee:

Bo Feng (Zhejiang University)
Xiao-Guang Wang (Zhejiang University)
Xin Wan (Zhejiang University)


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