“The center will address some of today’s most
intriguing and important areas of physics by leveraging more than 20 Rice
research groups that are already studying quantum materials, both from an
experimental and theoretical perspective,” Si said.
Registration opened today for the center’s
December 15-16. Si said the meeting is expected to draw about 80 participants,
including distinguished quantum materials researchers from the U.S. and abroad.
He said the scientific program will include both technical sessions and a panel
discussion about the current state of quantum materials research worldwide.
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