Gran Sasso Quantum Meetings @GSSI: From Equilibrium Phenomena Towards Open Quantum Systems

Gran Sasso Science Institute, L'Aquila (IT)

Gran Sasso Science Institute, L'Aquila (IT)

Viale Francesco Crispi n. 7, 67100

      Palazzo dell'Emiciclo (Hemicycle Palace), L'Aquila 


Due to the spread of the Covid-19 virus in Italy and the subsequent restrictions adopted by many universities regarding missions in Italy the school has been postponed to 22-26 March, 2021. More details will be available at the beginning of next year.

The school “From Equilibrium Phenomena Towards Open Quantum System” is the second event of the series Gran Sasso Quantum Meetings (link to the past edition), meant to gather together researchers and students interested in the mathematics of quantum mechanics. 

The school aims at providing an overview of some research lines on the mathematical features of quantum mechanics, ranging from few- and many-body operator theory to equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical mechanics. The event is addressed to PhD students and young researchers and consists of three courses by leading experts on the field, invited talks and contributed talks by the participants.



  • Alain Joye (Université Grenoble Alpes)
    Adiabatic Quantum Dynamics and Applications to Open Systems
  • Marco Merkli (University of Newfoundland)
    Open Quantum Systems: Structure and Dynamics
  • Benjamin Schlein (University of Zurich)
    Bogoliubov Theory For Excitation Spectrum of Bose-Einstein Condensates


Invited Talks:

  • Claudia Negulescu (Université Paul Sabatier)
    Decoherence in the Photosyntesis Process
  • Jakob Yngvason (University of Vienna)
    Emergence of the Haldane Pseudo-Potentials in Systems with Short Range Interactions


Scientific and Organizing Committee:

Giulia Basti (University of Zurich)
Serena Cenatiempo (GSSI)
Michele Correggi (Scuola Normale Superiore)

Supported by:

Gran Sasso Quantum Meetings @GSSI: from equilibrium phenomena towards open quantum systems
  • Alain Joye
  • Alessandro Gubbiotti
  • Alessandro Teta
  • Amirali HANNANI
  • Anton Savostianov
  • Arnaud Triay
  • Benjamin Schlein
  • Claudia Negulescu
  • Cristina Caraci
  • Daniele Dimonte
  • Daniele Ferretti
  • Davide Fermi
  • Emanuela Laura Giacomelli
  • Federica Lorenzi
  • Frederik Ravn Klausen
  • Giacomo Vecchiato
  • Giulia Basti
  • Giulia De Mejere
  • Hamidreza Saberbaghi
  • Henry Martin
  • Jakob Yngvason
  • Marco Falconi
  • Marco Merkli
  • Maxime Hauray
  • Michele Correggi
  • Niels Benedikter
  • Nissa Kassis
  • Serena Cenatiempo
  • Simone Rademacher
  • Stefano Marcantoni
  • Stefano Olla
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