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Program.

The program will consist of 25 invited talks (40min) and 5 tutorial lectures (60 min), and there will be a poster session with up to 90 posters on Wednesday evening, taking place in the Town Hall of Mauterndorf.
The presentations will start Monday morning and last until Friday afternoon.
After the morning sessions there will be a break between 1 and 5 p.m. for skiing or other activities, followed by evening sessions until 8 p.m.

List of Invited Speakers

Name, Institution Tentative Title
Carlo Beenakker, University of Leiden, Netherlands Search for non-Abelian Majorana braiding statistics in superconductors
Wolfram Pernice, University of Münster, Germany Towards brain-inspired photonic computing
Ralph Ernstorfer, Fritz Haber Institute, MPG Berlin, Germany Multidimensional photoemission spectroscopy of excitons in TMDCs
Jonathan J. Finley, Technical University of Munich, Germany 2D TMDC material and heterostructures (Tutorial)
Yiwen Chu, ETH Zurich, Switzerland Creating quantum states of acoustic waves
Ronny Thomale, University of Würzburg, Germany Contemporary frontiers of topological quantum materials and synthetic topological matter
Doris Reiter, University of Münster, Germany Distinctive characteristics of carrier-phonon interactions in optically driven semiconductor quantum dots
Kartik Srinivasan, NIST Gaithersburg, USA Integrated nonlinear photonic microresonators for quantum and classical photonic links
Jacqueline Bloch, C2N Palaiseau, France Quantum fluids of light in semiconductor lattices
Heike Riehl, IBM Zürich, Switzerland (Title to be announced)
Ali Yazdani, Princeton University, USA Visualizing Majorana Zero Modes in Condensed Matter Systems
Jurgen Smet, MPI Stuttgart, Germany A potpourri of physics in van der Waals materials
Thomas Müller, TU Vienna, Austria 2D materials: from devices to systems
Dario Gerace, University of Pavia, Italy Photonic crystal cavities for nonlinear and quantum photonics
Eva Y. Andrei, Rutgers University Flat bands and correlated electronic states in 2D atomic crystals
Ke He, Tsinghua University Beijing, China From magnetically doped to magnetically intercalated topological insulators
Simone Luca Portalupi, University of Stuttgart, Germany (Title to be announced)
Arne Laucht, UNSW Sydney, Australia Silicon MOS quantum dots for spin-based quantum computation
Thomas Ihn, ETH Zürich, Switzerland Quantum dot qubits in a circuit QD architecture
Detlev Grützmacher, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany Exploring Majorana physics on a scalable platform
Christian Schimpf, JKU Linz, Austria Quantum cryptography with entangled photons from semiconductor quantum dots

(to be continued)