Nuclear Physics Meets Condensed Matter: Symmetry, Topology, and Gauge

19 July 2021 — 21 July 2021

This workshop will bring nuclear and condensed matter theorists to discuss common topics involving the physics of few particles and the many-body problem. We have also invited a few experimentalists in the area of atomic physics that have been performing highly controllable ultra-cold atom experiments to test theoretical ideas originated in nuclear and condensed matter physics. We intend to address issues involving Abelian and non-Abelian gauge theories, topological states of matter, color superconductivity, super-symmetric mixtures, baryogenesis, and Efimov states, which are topics that arise at the crossroads between nuclear and condensed matter physics.



  • Alexandros Gezerlis (University of Guelph)
  • Alessandro Roggero (University of Washington)
  • Carlos Sa de Melo (Georgia Tech)


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