Members: Please place your sketch in alphabetical order by last name


Jason Alicea

is a post-doc at Caltech. He explores strongly correlated phenomena in settings such as frustrated quantum magnets, 2DEGs, and semimetals in strong magnetic fields.

Herb Fertig

is a Professor of Physics at Indiana University and one of the program organizers. He is interested in electronic properties of low-dimensional systems, quantum all effects, superconductivity, vortex matter, and generally in condensed matter physics. Much of his recent work has focused on graphene.

Hsiu-Hau Lin

is a professor of Physics at National Tsing-Hua University in Taiwan. He is interested in low dimensional electron systems and has been working on graphene for a while.

Ganpathy Murthy

is a professor of Physics at the University of Kentucky. He is interested in the quantum Hall effect, quantum phase transitions, and mesoscopic systems.

Achim Rosch

is professor of Physics at University of Cologne, Germany. He is interested in strongly correlated systems. Quantum phase transitions, transport in 1d, cold atoms, non-equilibrium stuff, non-fermi liquids etc. are among favorite topics.

Javier Sabio

is a PhD student at the Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, Spain, under supervision of Paco Guinea. He is interested in graphene electronic properties (specially the interacting many-body problem), quantum dissipation, and non-equilibrium dynamics of many-body systems.

Nancy Sandler

is a professor in the Dept. of Physics and Astronomy at Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. She is interested in the physics of strongly correlated electron and low-dimensional systems. Currently her research focuses on graphene and magnetic properties on surfaces.

Donna Sheng

is a Professor of Physics at California State University, Northridge. She is interested in quantum transport in strongly correlated and disordered systems; topological description of quantum phase transitions in such systems; quantum ordering and emergent physics in frustrated electron/boson systems. Her recent research has been focusing on developing numerical algorithms for strongly interacting systems.

Sergio E. Ulloa

works at Ohio University, in the Dept. of Physics and Astronomy and the Nanoscale and Quantum Phenomena Institute. He is interested as of late in optical and transport properties of different quantum dot systems, as well in a strongly interacting and highly active red haired individual that goes by the name of Julia.

Jan von Delft

is professor of physics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich, Germany. He is research focuses on the electronic properties of nanostructures, with a special interest in interactions and nonequilibrium dynamics, and numerical many-body methods (NRG, DMRG) for treating such systems.

Maria A. H. Vozmediano

is a Researcher at the Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, a part of the Spanish National Research Councial (CSIC). She is interested in quantum field theory methods in condensed matter systems. She has applied RG methods to strongly interacting systems and is currently active in graphene.

Kun Yang

is a Professor of Physics at Florida State University and National High Magnetic Field Lab, and one of the program coordinators. He is generally interested in correlation physics in electronic and trapped cold atom systems. His recent work has been focusing mainly on non-Abelian quantum Hall states.