Advances in Many-Body Theories: from First Principle Methods to Quantum Computing and Machine Learning

Quantum computing and machine learning are two of the most promising approaches for studying complex physical systems where several length and energy scales are involved. Traditional many-particle methods, either quantum mechanical or classical ones, face huge dimensionality problems when applied to studies of systems with many interacting particles. By bringing together experts from these fields, this workshop will explore the links between these exciting new approaches and traditional many-particle methods in order to map out future research paths.

The workshop will be held through the Zoom Platform. Only who has registered in Eventbrite can participate in the workshop

The recording will be uploaded on the ECT* YouTube Channel.


Registration period:  25 Sep 2020 to 06 Nov 2020

Code of conduct

This meeting's policy is that all participants, including attendees, will conduct themselves in a professional manner that is welcoming to all participants and free from any form of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation. Participants will treat each other with respect and consideration to create a collegial, inclusive, and professional environment at this meeting. Creating a supportive environment to enable scientific discourse at the ECT* is the responsibility of all participants.

Participants will avoid any inappropriate actions or statements based on individual characteristics such as age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, nationality, political affiliation, ability status, educational background, or any other characteristic protected by law. Disruptive or harassing behavior of any kind will not be tolerated. Harassment includes but is not limited to inappropriate or intimidating behavior and language, unwelcome jokes or comments, offensive images, photography without permission, and stalking.

Violations of this code of conduct policy should be reported to meeting organizers. Sanctions may range from verbal warning, to ejection from the meeting. Retaliation for complaints of inappropriate conduct will not be tolerated. If a participant observes inappropriate comments or actions and personal intervention seems appropriate and safe, they should be considerate of all parties before intervening.

Adapted from the American Physical Society.