International Conference on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems
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REGISTRATION IS STILL OPEN
We are accepting registrations at the full registration fee ($600) through the start of the conference.
You may continue to register online here or you may register in the lobby of the Convention Center.
The Wednesday Banquet starts at 6:30. it will take place in the Convention Center Courtyard. In case of rain it will be in the plenary session room.
The banquet is included in the cost of registration, however, you must reserve a spot when you register or with the registration desk. You may bring guests for $45 per person.
The menu can be found here. You may request a vegetarian option in advance.
SCES 2010 returns to the charming city of Santa Fe, where the first conference with the name Correlated Electron Systems took place in 1989. The conference will take place June 27 to July 2, 2010 in Santa Fe NM at the Santa Fe Convention Center. SCES has become an exciting annual event, being hosted most recently in Buzios (’08) and preceded in this century by Houston (’07), Vienna (’05), Karlsruhe (’04), Krakow (’02) and Ann Arbor (’01). Every three years since 1997, SCES has joined the International Conference on Magnetism (ICM), held in Recife (’00), Rome (’03), Kyoto (’06) and Karlsruhe (’09).
All sessions will be held at the Santa Fe Convention Center, ideally located just a short walk from the historic Plaza at the heart of Santa Fe around which are shops, galleries, museums, restaurants and most conference hotels.
CONVENTION CENTER PARKING
The Santa Fe Convention Center is a seperate facility a few blocks north of the conference hotels.
The Convention Center has a parking garage in the basement. Access is from South Federal Street, which runs along the north side of the Convention Center. South Federal is one way west-bound. See this map. The cost is $9 per day.
SCES 2010 will cover traditional subjects of strongly correlated f- and d-electron systems, heavy fermion behaviors, and other strongly correlated electronic materials and phenomena. New types of superconductivity and emergent states that arise from electronic correlations also will be discussed. The conference aims to deepen our understanding of the rich physical phenomena, such as quantum phase transitions, non-Fermi liquid phenomena, quantum magnetism, unconventional superconductivity, and metal-insulator transitions, that that make this field so challenging and vibrant. Both experimental and theoretical work will be highlighted. The objective of the conference is not only to provide a forum for presentation and discussion of new results but also to introduce these subjects to young researchers.