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English title | Research in Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics |
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Applicant | Gaberdiel Matthias |

Number | 131809 |

Funding scheme | Project funding (Div. I-III) |

Research institution | Institut für Theoretische Physik ETH Zürich |

Institution of higher education | ETH Zurich - ETHZ |

Main discipline | Theoretical Physics |

Start/End | 01.10.2010 - 30.09.2012 |

Approved amount | 400'000.00 |

Comput physics & quantum information science; mathematical physics; astrophysics; condensed matter physics; computational physics; Mathematical Physics; Astrophysics and Cosmology; Particle Physics ; Condensed Matter Physics; Computational Physics; Quantum Information Theory

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The Pauli Center for Theoretical Studies is the joint visitor center of ETH and the University of Zurich. It aims to foster teaching and research in theoretical physics and related subjects in the Zurich area. |

Lay summary |

The Pauli Center for Theoretical Studies (formerly known as the CTS) is jointly organized by the Institutes of Theoretical Physics at ETH and the University of Zurich. It aims to foster teaching and research in theoretical physics and related subjects in the Zurich area.The purpose of the Pauli Center is to bring scientists from all over the world to come to Zurich, to interact with local and other visiting scientists, and to enrich the graduate education.More specifically the Pauli Center organizes thematic programs of a few months' duration, as well as shorter workshops. It also invites scientists to come to Zurich for collaborative visits and to teach graduate courses.Topics that will be covered include mathematical physics including string theory, astrophysics and cosmology, particle theory, condensed matter physics, computational physics and quantum information theory. |

Direct link to Lay Summary | Last update: 09.11.2012 |

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Decoupling with unitary almost two-designs |

One-dimensional itinerant interacting non-Abelian anyons |

Complete Insecurity of Quantum Protocols for Classical Two-Party Computation |

Electronic and magnetic properties in strongly correlated heterostructures |

Fractionalization of itinerant anyons in one dimensional chains |

Locally Non-centrosymmetric Superconductivity in Multilayer Systems |

Nonvanishing Kronecker coeffcients for rectangular shapes |

One-Shot Classical-Quantum Capacity and Hypothesis Testing |

Pair-density wave states through spin-orbit coupling in multilayer superconductors |

Possible pairing symmetries in SrPtAs with a local lack of inversion center |

Scattering matrix approach to interacting electron transport |

A Provenance-Based Infrastructure to Support the Life Cycle of Executable Papers |

An AdS_3 Dual for Minimal Model CFTs |

Cell count moments in the halo model |

Even partitions in plethysms |

Ginzburg-Landau Analysis for the Antiferromagnetic Order in the Fulde-Ferrell-Larkin-Ovchinnikov Superconductor |

Magnetic structure of antiferromagnetic Fulde-Ferrell-Larkin-Ovchinnikov state |

Quantum abacus for counting and factorizing numbers |

Quantum spin ladders of non-Abelian anyons |

The ALPS project release 2.0: Open source software for strongly correlated systems |

Two-dimensional quantum liquids from interacting non-Abelian anyons |

Free-energy distribution functions for the randomly forced directed polymer |

Quantum counting algorithm and its application in mesoscopic physics |

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Conference on “Integrability in Gauge and String Theory” | 20.08.2012 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

Lens Zoo Development Workshop | 14.07.2012 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

Workshop on Perturbative approaches to redshift space distortions | 11.07.2012 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

Workshop on Numerical methods for strongly correlated systems | 29.06.2012 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

Workshop: Gather the tunes! | 18.05.2012 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

Lecture Series: Statistical Tools in Collider Experiments | 30.01.2012 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

The Zurich phenomenology workshop (Higgs search confronts theory) | 09.01.2012 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

Workshop on Modeling Materials With Cold Gases Through Simulations | 09.11.2011 | Zurich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

Japan-Swiss Workshop New Electronic Properties through Structure and Correlation | 16.09.2011 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

QCRYPT 2011: First Annual Conference on Quantum Cryptography | 12.09.2011 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

Workshop on Quantum Information and Foundations of Thermodynamics | 09.08.2011 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

Workshop on `Mathieu Moonshine' | 07.07.2011 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

International Conference on `Quantum Theory and Gravitation' | 14.06.2011 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

Workshop on `Ultrafast Dynamics in Strongly Correclated Systems' | 04.04.2011 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

Lectures on BSM Physics | 01.02.2011 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

Workshop on `Heavy Particles at the LHC' | 05.01.2011 | Zürich, Schweiz, Switzerland |

Number | Title | Start | Funding scheme |
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121942 | Research in Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics | 01.10.2008 | Project funding (Div. I-III) |

163186 | Supraleitung und Magnetismus in starkkorrelierten Elektronensystemen | 01.10.2015 | Project funding (Div. I-III) |

144248 | Supraleitung und Magnetismus in starkkorrelierten Elektronensystemen | 01.10.2012 | Project funding (Div. I-III) |

143952 | Research in Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics | 01.10.2012 | Project funding (Div. I-III) |

The Pauli Center for Theoretical Studies (formerly known as the CTS) is jointly organized by the Institutes of Theoretical Physics at ETH and the University of Zuerich. It aims to foster teaching and research in theoretical physics and related subjects in the Zuerich area. The purpose of the Pauli Center is to bring scientists from all over the world to come to Zuerich, to interact with local and other visiting scientists, and to enrich the graduate education. More specically the Pauli Center organizes thematic programs of a few months' duration, as well as shorter workshops. It also invites scientists to come to Zuerich for collaborative visits and to teach graduate courses. Topics that will be covered include mathematical physics including string theory, astrophysics and cosmology, particle theory, condensed matter physics, computational physics and quantum information theory. In this proposal we outline activities involving visitors from abroad who are specialists in these areas. The Pauli Center has had a very successful year 2009, having hosted ten workshops as well as a large number of high profile visitors. The new structure that was instituted in 2008, including a local management board as well as an international advisory board, is functioning very well. With a view to broaden the activities, and to bring new areas of research to Zuerich, the Pauli Center has recently begun to encourage more actively Swiss researchers from outside Zuerich to get involved in the activities of the Center.

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