Tensor Networks: Quantum Physics, Geometry and Applications

Levico Terme (Trento) Italy

Confirmed dates:

July 26th-28th, 2021

The workshop will be mainly

The goal of the workshop is to develop the connections between the mathematics and physics communities working on tensor network. It is aimed at researchers from both areas that are active on the topic, from experienced PhD students over postdocs to permanent faculty.

As a key novelty, it will be a hands-on event with a limited number of talks and several sessions of active work. During these sessions, participants will distribute themselves in small groups and will actively work on a specific cutting-edge research problem. Each problem will be proposed by a world expert who will be in charge of directing the activities of the group. Thus, we hope to foster strong scientific collaborations that last well beyond the workshop.

Matthias Christandl (University of Kopenhagen) (leading online)

Angelo Lucia (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) (in- presence assistant)

Gemma De Las Cuevas (University of Innsbruck) (leading in presence)

Michal Heller (Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Berlin) (leading online)
Erik Tonni (Sissa, Trieste) (in-presence assistant)

Lek-Heng Lim (University of Chicago) (TBC)

Matteo Rizzi (University of Cologne) (leading in presence)

Frank Verstraete (Ghent University) (leading in presence)

Elisa Ercolessi (University of Bologna) (In presence)

Laura Mancinska (University of Copenhagen)

Simone Montangero (University of Padova)

Giorgio Ottaviani (University of Firenze) (In presence)

Erez Zohar (Racah Institute of Physics) (online)


Alessandra Bernardi (Mathematical Department of Trento)

Iacopo Carusotto (INO-CNR BEC Center)

Philipp Hauke (Physical Department of Trento)