General Information

DATES September 23 - 28, 2019
VENUE Okayama Convention Center, Okayama, Japan
CO-HOST The Physical Society of Japan
CO-SPONSOR Okayama City
SCHEDULE
Dec. 2018 : Second announcement
1 March 2019 : Abstract submission site open
1 March 2019 : On-line registration open
30 April 2019 : Abstract submission deadline
1 June 2019 : Manuscript submission site open
15 June 2019 : Abstract acceptance notification
22 July 2019 : Early-bird registration deadline
23 Aug. 2019 : Late registration deadline
9 Sep. 2019 : Manuscript submission deadline
23 Sep. 2019 : On-site registration starts
24 Sep. 2019 : Conference begins
28 Sep. 2019 : Conference ends

SCOPR

This is a continuation of the successive SCES conference series: Sendai ('92), San Diego ('93), Amsterdam ('94), Goa ('95), Zurich ('96), Paris ('98), Nagano ('99), Ann Arbor ('01), Krakow ('02), Karlsruhe ('04), Vienna ('05), Houston ('07), Buzios ('08), Santa Fe ('10), Cambridge ('11), Tokyo ('13), Grenoble ('14), Hangzhou ('16), and Prague ('17). Every three years since 1997, SCES has been joining triennial International Conference on Magnetism, held in: Cairns ('97), Recife ('00), Rome ('03), Kyoto ('06), Karlsruhe ('09), Busan ('12), Barcelona ('15), and San Francisco ('18).

TOPICS

  • Heavy fermion systems
  • Kondo effect and valence fluctuations
  • Quantum phase transitions and related phenomena
  • Unconventional superconductivity
  • Metal insulator transitions
  • Strong spin-orbit interaction in correlated systems
  • CEF effects and multipolar ordering in SCES
  • Theoretical methods for strong correlations
  • Correlated topological phases
  • Kondo physics at nanoscale
  • Quantum magnetism and frustration
  • New materials; bulk, thin films and artificial structures
  • Strong correlations in actinides
  • Non-equilibrium phenomena in strongly correlated systems
  • Multiferroics and cross correlations
  • Strong correlations in optical lattices
  • Strongly correlated materials in applications
  • Large research-infrastructures for SCES investigations
  • Novel techniques for SCES investigations
  • Correlated multipole