Many-Body Quantum Systems
Christian HainzlUniversität Tübingen, Germany
Benjamin SchleinUniversität Zürich, Switzerland
Robert SeiringerInstitute of Science and Technology Austria, Klosterneuburg, Austria
Simone WarzelTechnische Universität München, Garching, Germany
The interaction among fundamental particles in nature leads to many interesting effects in quantum statistical mechanics; examples include superconductivity for charged systems and superfluidity in cold gases. It is a huge challenge for mathematical physics to understand the collective behavior of systems containing a large number of particles, emerging from known microscopic interactions. In this workshop we brought together researchers working on different aspects of many-body quantum mechanics to discuss recent developments, exchange ideas and propose new challenges and research directions.
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Christian Hainzl, Benjamin Schlein, Robert Seiringer, Simone Warzel, Many-Body Quantum Systems. Oberwolfach Rep. 16 (2019), no. 3, pp. 2541–2603DOI 10.4171/OWR/2019/41