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Rutgers Center for Materials Theory :
recent articles

Abrahams@90: Emergence in Disordered, Interacting and Living Systems

Prague 2017: SCES in the Quantum Information Era:

Coleman and Chaikin Video on Reductionism and Emergence
(Harvard Smithsonian "Physics for the 21st Century")

ICAM: The Institute for Complex Adaptive matter     

Journal Club for condensed matter physics

Introduction to Many Body Physics

Published December 2015
Swarez' Cover Art
Physics Today Review by Mohit Randeria


Music of the Quantum
Phil. Anderson's Magnetic Ideas in Science.
From PWA90: A lifetime of Emergence, published by World Scientific.
Supradesign - Daniel Bobroff's superconductivity outreach project.
Novel Superconductivity Blog. Aspen Center for Physics 2007.
Frontier at your Fingertips Nature Connections Articles  
Emergent Universe
Quantum Phase Transitions
Frontiers in Correlated Matter
 "1+1 =3: The Frontier Science of Emergent Materials" .
Abrahams Fest  20th-22nd April 2007
Exotic Materials Provide  Insight Into Superconductivity Science outreach.
"Many Body Physics: Unfinished Revolution"


Plenary SCES 2017, Prague:
SCES in the Quantum Information Era:
New challenges and paradigms

U. Victoria, British Columbia 2016
Spinors Strings and Superconductors

Toyota RIKEN workshop, Nagoya 2015.
Strange metal behavior in YbAlB4 and gold YbAl, the
(superconducting ?) Kondo Quasicrystal.

SuperPire meeting. IOP Beijing 2014
The Challenge of Heavy Fermions

APS March Meeting Invited Talk 2014
Heavy Fermions: The Rise of Topology

Saas Fee MaNEP Winter School: Jan 2013
Three Lectures on Heavy Fermion Physics  Part I & II,

IIT Kanpur, Feb 2010:
Qu-transitions: Phase transitions in the quantum era

Address and Phone Numbers

      Prof. Piers Coleman
      Materials Theory Group
      Dept of Physics and Astronomy
      Rutgers University        
      136 Frelinghuysen Road
      Piscataway, NJ 08854-8019, USA

      Phone:   (848) 445-9033
      Fax:     (848) 445-4400

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Research supported by the
Department of Energy  and the
National Science Foundation