ICAM-I2CAM Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter; Long Summer days of research
Long Summer days of research
QuantEMX invites applications for support for summer research collaborations.
To apply for this funding 30th April Deadline.
The application process is light and decisions will be made shortly.
QuantEmX grants are available for short research collaborations – theory or
experiment, within the world-wide ICAM/EPIQS network. Condensed Matter
Physicists working on quantum matter – from graduate students to senior
scientists, are invited to apply for QuantEmX grants. Visits ranging from a
four or five days to several weeks are supported. The application procedure
is quick, requiring a one page proposal, budget and CV.
Deadline April 30th.
Rajiv Singh and Piers Coleman
1) Research exchanges either way, between research groups funded by the
Emergent Phenomena in Quantum Systems (EPiQS) initiative and any other
research group in the world.
2) ICAM members (senior and junior) can apply for
exchange with other ICAM or EPQIQS groups. Limited funding is also available for
exchanges in which the other group is not part of ICAM.
Here is a short list of major
international facilities to which we will support science exchanges or
ICAM Nodes at major international facilities include:
The Nijmegen High Field Magnet Laboratory.
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
Argonne National Laboratory.
Brookhaven National Laboratory.
Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Institute for Solid State Physics, Tokyo.
The Max Planck Institutes of Dresden.
Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart.
Institute of Physics, Beijing, China
National Center for Theoretical science, Hsinchu, Taiwan
Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Hubbard Theory Consortium, UK.
Australian Consortium, Monash University.
Mid-European Consortium, Croatia, Hungary and Austria.
FAPERJ, CBPF, Brazil.
EPIQS Research nodes are located at several universities across the USA
For more details see