Descrizione immagine                                                           SuperFluctuations 2019                            

Fluctuations and Highly Non Linear Phenomena in
Superfluids and Superconductors

University of Padova, Italy

September 2-4, 2019   

Venue: Università di Padova

First day: Archivio Antico del Palazzo "Bo"

Second and third day: aula magna "Rostagni", Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia "Galileo Galilei",
Padova, Italy.

Jointly organized by: University of Camerino and University of Padova, Italy


The Conference provides an excellent forum for presenting and discussing recent developments in diverse fields of superconductivity and superfluidity, in the beautiful artistic town of Padova, in the Veneto 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, merging of capacities, and methods will be encouraged in a very interactive atmosphere.

Main Topics:

-Fluctuations and BCS-BEC crossover phenomena in multicomponent and low dimensional systems.

-Quantum Technologies and Novel Phenomena with Bose and Fermi Mixtures.

-Highly nonlinear phenomena: Josephson and Andreev effects, topological defects, skyrmions and solitons, vortex states.

-Novel quantum phenomena in multicomponent / multigap superconductors and superfluids.

-Innovative numerical methods: Machine Learning and its applications.


Scientific and Organizing Committee

Luca Dell'Anna and Luca Salasnich, University of Padova, Italy

Andrea Perali, University of Camerino, Italy and International MultiSuper Network

Local Organizing Committee

Alberto Cappellaro, Andrea Tononi, and Paola Zenere, University of Padova, Italy

New:  Scientific Program

New:  Book of Abstract

Invited Speakers (see the scientific program for the final list)

Antun Balaz, Institute of Physics, Belgrade, Serbia 

Antonio Bianconi, RICMASS, Rome, Italy 

Giacomo Bighin, IST - Institute for Science and Technology, Klosterneuburg, Austria

Alessia Burchianti, CNR-INO, Florence, Italy

Massimo Capone, SISSA, Trieste, Italy

Giuseppe Carleo, Simons Foundation, New York, USA

Sara Conti, University of Antwerp, Belgium and University of Camerino, Italy 

Fabio Cinti, University of Joannesburg, South Africa

Roberta Citro, University of Salerno, Italy 

Franco Dalfovo, University of Trento, Italy 

Alessandro De Martino, Department of Mathematics, City, University of London, UK

Bruno Julia-Diaz, Univeristat de Barcelona, Spain

Stefano Giorgini, University of Trento, Italy

Serghei Klimin, TQC, University of Antwerp, Belgium

Tommaso Macrì, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Natal, Brazil 

Boris Malomed, University of Tel Aviv, Israel 

Milorad Milosevic, University of Antwerp, Belgium 

Simone Montangero, University of Padova, Italy 

Alberto Parola, Università dell'Insubria, Italy 

Vittorio Penna, Politecnico di Torino, Italy 

Sebastiano Pilati, University of Camerino, Italy 

Michele Pini, University of Camerino and University of Florence, Italy 

Roberto Raimondi, University of Roma Tre, Italy 

Alessio Recati, University of Trento and INO-CNR BEC Center, Italy 

Carlos Sa de Melo, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, USA

Hiroyuki Tajima, RIKEN Nishina Center, Wako, Saitama, Japan  

Andrea Trombettoni, SISSA, Italy 

Patrizia Vignolo, Institut de Physique de Nice, France 

Sandro Wimberger, University of Parma, Italy 

Yuriy Yerin, University of Camerino, Italy


Participants (including poster presenters(see the scientific program for the final list)

Alberto Cappellaro, University of Padova, Italy

Benjamin Mc Naughton, University of Antwerp, Belgium and University of Camerino, Italy
Francesco Minardi, LENS, Florence, Italy. Senne Van Loon, University of Antwerp, Belgium. 

Koichiro Furutani, Keio University, Japan

Bilal Tanatar, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey.   

Antonio Tiene, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain

Andrea Tononi, University of Padova, Italy

Tomasz Sowinski, Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland

Others to be announced.

Deadline for payment and conference fee:

Early payments: 150 Euro (deadline 20-th July 2019)

The online payment form is here:

Late payments: 250 Euro (after the 20-th of July, deadline 30-th August 2019).

(The online payment form for the late fee will be actived after the 20-th of July)

The fee includes: conference dinner, coffee breaks and conference material.

Registration: Please, contact:

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Title and Abstract of the presentation: please send by email to Andrea Perali a doc file, max 1 page, (Times New Roman, 14 pt) including bold face title, underlined presenting author and coauthors with all the affiliations, abstract body, references, figures if any. Indicate in the email the topic you would like to contribute.

Deadline for submission of abstracts: 16-th July 2019.


Time for the talk: 25 minutes + 5 for discussions.

A Windows based Notebook with Power Point will be available in the conference room, but please feel free to bring your laptop eventually with proper connectors for the VGA projector.

Time line of the conference: see the scientific program

Partial financial support from the Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia “Galileo Galilei”, University of Padova, Italy and

from the School of Pharmacy, University of Camerino, Italy is acknowledged.

Conference Proceedings of SuperFluctuations 2019 will be published by Condensed Matter, an open access journal of MDPI. 
The first 15 Invited Speakers accepting to submit the paper will be granted a full waiver on the APC - Article Processing Charge.  For all the other participants a 50% discount on the standard fee (discounted fee=500 CHF) is available.
Deadline for submission: 31-st December 2019.
Guest Editors: Andrea Perali, Luca Dell'Anna, and Luca Salasnich

Link to the journal for submission.


Leiden Cryogenics


MDPI Condensed Matter Awards

The new open access journal Condensed Matter (MDPI) offers an award to the best poster contribution.

The award of 300 Euros and diploma will be given at the closing session of the conference and it will be listed in the MultiSuper web portal and in the MDPI web site.

Condensed Matter, MDPI 


Suggested Hotels in Padova:

Contact directly one of the Hotel listed to book a room. Indicate for booking: Conferenza SuperFluctuations 2019

Prizes below reported are special discounted rate for conference participants. Within 30-th July there will be

rooms pre-booked for the conference. 

Hotel Igea

Prize: 63 Euro per night, + 2 Euro city tax, including breakfast
Via Ospedale, 87 - 35121 - Padova
Tel: +39-049 8750577

Web site:   
Facebook: “ Hotel Igea Padova

Hotel Majestic Toscanelli

Prize: 102 Euro per night, + 3 Euro city tax, including breakfast
Via dell'Arco, 2
I - 35122 Padova
Tel: +39 049-66 32 44

Web site: