From the perspective of mathematical physics, there have been in the recent years several significant advances in the description of topologically ordered phases of matter. In particular symmetry-protected, disordered, interacting and driven systems have been intensively studied. The definition of new topological indices, their classification and the transport properties of these systems have involved the development of new techniques from functional analysis to K-theory passing by quantum field theory. The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers in the field to get an overview of these results and see the new perspectives they open.

Confirmed speakers

  • Jürg Fröhlich (ETH Zürich) slides
  • Krzysztof Gawedzki (ENS de Lyon) slides
  • Kiyonori Gomi (Shinshu University) slides
  • Yasuhiro Hatsugai (University of Tsukuba) slides
  • Sebastian Huber (ETH Zürich) slides
  • Alain Joye (Université Grenoble-Alpes) slides
  • Johannes Kellendonk (Université de Lyon) slides
  • Max Lein (Tohoku University) slides
  • Giovanna Marcelli (Tübingen Universität) slides
  • Domenico Monaco (Universitá degli Studi Roma Tre) slides
  • Christopher Mudry (Paul Scherrer Institute) slides
  • Giuseppe De Nittis (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile) slides
  • Gianluca Panati (Sapienza Universitá di Roma) slides
  • Guo Chuan Thiang (University of Adelaide) slides
  • Mathai Varghese (University of Adelaide) slides
  • Oded Zilberberg (ETH Zürich) slides

Short Talks

  • Christopher Max (University of Cologne) slides
  • Jacob Shapiro (ETH Zürich) slides