The symposium will take place in Room 5209.
8:30 AM Coffee and bagels
9:00 AM: Robust surface chiral velocity in disordered Weyl fermi arcs Jed Pixley, Rutgers University
9:30 AM: Topological phases: fractionalization, defects and anomalies Meng Cheng, Yale University
10:00 AM: Probing quantum magnets with spin Hall phenomena So Takei, Queens College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
10:30 AM Coffee
11:00 AM Engineering coherent defects in diamond Nathalie De Leon, Princeton University
11:30 AM Coherent control of ultracold dipolar molecules Sebastian Will, Columbia University
12:00 PM Lunch and discussion
1:40 PM Brief introduction to the Flatiron Institute Antoine Georges, Flatiron Institute
2:00 PM Imaging anyons with scanning tunneling microscopy Michael Zalatel, Princeton University
2:30 PM Physical approaches to learning and inference David Schwab, The Graduate Center, CUNY
3:00 PM Coffee
4:00 PM Boundary layers in 2+1-dimensional parity violating hydrodynamics Sriram Ganeshan, City College of New York and The Graduate Center, CUNY
4:30 PM: Quantum optics with rare earth ions Jeff Thompson, Princeton University
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