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Low-dimensional conductors challenge physicists' ability to understand physical phenomena in the quantum regime for more than four decades. They have technological implications as well, because efficient control of weak currents is the foundation of microelectronics.

The conference intends to provide an overview of modern investigations into low-dimensional conductors, with an emphasis on open problems. Slaven BarišićBoth in one and two dimensions, the underlying main theme is the competition of collective degrees of freedom, sometimes leading to physically relevant crossover regimes, coupling (super)conductivity, magnetism, and elasticity. A strong interplay of experimental and theoretical insight is thus indispensable in order to disentangle the dominant effects.

The occasion is to celebrate the 70th birthday of Professor Slaven Barišić (University of Zagreb), whose contributions to this subject matter over the past four decades have become standard textbook and reference material in condensed matter theory. The organizers wish to provide a level field for the exchange of ideas among researchers actively concerned with the physical reality of low-dimensional conductors, hoping for significant contributions from the participants as well as the invited speakers.

Coorganizers
Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb
Institute of Physics


Sponsorship
Croatian Academy of Sciences and arts

Supported by
New electronic states driven by frustration in layered materials (F2E) - UKF Project 1B
New electronic states driven by frustration in layered materials (F2E) - UKF Project 1B