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Fluctuations and Highly Non Linear Phenomena in
Superfluids and Superconductors

June 14-16, 2021    

On-line Conference

Jointly organized by: University of Camerino and University of Padova, Italy
in synergy with Columbia University, USA 
Frontiers of Condensed Matter Physics lecture series


The Conference SuperFluctuations this year will be organized fully on-line. This is a way to overcome the impossibility for many of us to attend scientific events in presence because of the COVID-19 emergency, sharing in a highly interactive manner our recent scientific achievements and future research perspectives. During the on-line 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.

This is year we are happy to announce the collaboration with Prof. Yasutomo Uemura, Columbia University - USA, to stream selected invited talks among the scientific community attending the lecture series on "Frontiers of Condensed Matter Physics" (FCMP).

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

Invited Speakers

Antun Balaz, Institute of Physics, Belgrade, Serbia

Jonas Bekaert, University of Antwerp, Belgium

Antonio Bianconi, RICMASS, Rome, Italy  - Joint SF2021 & Columbia-FCMP Talk

Massimo Capone, SISSA, Trieste, Italy

Roberta Citro, University of Salerno, Italy

Sara Conti, University of Antwerp, Belgium

Francesca Ferlaino, University of Innsbruck, Austria  - Joint SF2021 & Columbia-FCMP Talk

Stefano Giorgini, University of Trento, Italy

Felipe Isaule, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

Bruno Julia-Diaz, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

Yoshihiro Iwasa,  The University of Tokyo, Japan -  Joint SF2021 & Columbia-FCMP Talk

Amit Kanigel, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel - Joint SF2021 & Columbia-FCMP Talk

Philip Kim, Laboratory of Low Dimensional Materials, Harvard University, USA - Joint SF2021 & Columbia-FCMP Talk

Stefano Lupi, “Sapienza” University of Rome, Italy

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

Ilaria Maccari, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Paulsamy Muruganandam, Bharathidasan University, India

David Neilson, University of Antwerp, Belgium

Yoji Ohashi, Keio University, Japan

Meera Parish, Monash University, Australia

Axel Pelster, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany

Sebastiano Pilati, University of Camerino, Italy

Michele Pini, University of Camerino, Italy

Mohit Randeria, The Ohio State University, USA

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

Andrea Richaud, SISSA, Trieste, Italy

Utpal Roy, IIT - Indian Institute of Technology, Patna, India

Carlos Sá de Melo, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA

Leticia Tarruell, Institute of Photonic Sciences, Mediterranean Tech. Park, Barcelona, Spain  - Joint SF2021 & Columbia-FCMP Talk

Hiroyuki Tajima, University of Tokyo, Japan

Andrea Tononi, University of Padova, Italy

Yasutomo Uemura, Columbia University, USA

Alexei Vagov, University of Bayreuth, Germany;  ITMO University, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Video presenters: Mehdi Biderang, Alberto Cappellaro , Koichiro Furutani, Tomohiro Hata, Juan Carlos Obeso Jureidini and Victor Romero-Rochín, Benjamin McNaughton, Kazunari Ochi, Sathish Kumar Paramavisam , Lukas Rammelmuller, Victor Velasco Roland da Silva

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, link to the group or individual web page. 

Deadline for submission of abstracts: Friday 28-th May 2021.


Time for the talk: 23 minutes talk + 7 for discussions and connection time.

Instructions to connect to the web-conference platform of the University of Camerino will be sent by e-mail.

Time line of the conference: see the scientific program reported above for final confirmation.

Monday       14th: 10:10 to 18:00  break at 13:00 to 14:00. 

Tuesday       15th: 10:00 to 18:30 break at 12:30 to 13:30. 

Wednesday 16th: 13:30 to 18:40 

Italian time (Central European Time, GMT+2), 


MDPI Condensed Matter Awards

The new open access journal Condensed Matter (MDPI) offers an award to the best presentation from young investigators.

The award of 280 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.

Conference Proceedings of SuperFluctuations 2021 will be published by Condensed Matter, an open access journal of MDPI.
The first 10 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: 30-th September 2021.
Guest Editors: Andrea Perali, Luca Dell'Anna, and Luca Salasnich

Condensed Matter, MDPI