MultiSuper Network fosters collaborative research efforts to advance cutting edge frontiers of superconductivity and superfluidity. The focus is on multiband and multicomponent materials, superconductivity in quantum stripes, ultrathin materials and nanoscale-confined superconducting systems, electron-hole superfluidity in graphene heterostructures, and ultracold fermionic superfluids in confined geometries. MultiSuper Network is open to research groups or individual researchers working on topics of mutual interest, as well as related fields. The Network policy is one of sharing, collaboration, cross-mentoring and the facilitated transfer of knowledge, including shared experimental and computational facilities, staff and student exchanges, joint proposals for funding, etc. MultiSuper Network organizes a biennial MultiSuper Conference series, as well as annual Workshops. Network activities include edited books, special issues of scientific journals, MOOCs, and webinars. Rules within the Network are kept minimal with emphasis on flexibility. Active contributions are very welcome.
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MultiSuper 2023: Multicomponent Superconductivity and Superfluidity

This international conference provides an excellent forum for presenting and discussing recent developments and novel ideas in diverse fields of superconductivity and superfluidity, in the beautiful seaside town of San Benedetto del Tronto, in the south of Le Marche region of Italy. During the conference we will discuss opportunities to establish large collaboration efforts or empowering existing ones, as well as to plan joint participation to international projects. Young participants will be able to look and discuss opportunities for doctoral or post doc positions. Cross-fertilization and merging of capacities and methods will be encouraged in a very interactive atmosphere.

Antwerp & Camerino collaboration

Three-year joint doctoral position at the University of Camerino, Italy, and at the University of Antwerp, Belgium.
Supervisors will be Prof. Milorad Milosevic (Antwerp) and Prof. Andrea Perali(Camerino). Other Supervisors in Antwerp as well as in Camerino will be possible. 
Successful PhD student will spend 18 months in Camerino and the other 18 months in Antwerp (the agenda will be organized with the supervisors).
Grant for mobility available and access to state of the art computational and experimental facilities.

Applications deadline: to be announced (beginning 2024).

Possible topics:
    • Multiband-multigap superconductivity (theory);
    • Superconductivity at the Nanoscale (theory+experiments);
    • electron-hole superfluidity (theory).


Contact for information Prof. Andrea Perali (request to send full CV and publication list in pdf) by email:


New doctoral positions at SISSA: