Quantum criticality and topological phase transition

Understanding the general features of topological phase transitions is of extreme important to advance our knowledge on establishing a new paradigm for understanding topological phases of quantum matter.
This workshop explores deconfinement quantum critical point and quantum phase transitions beyond Landau paradigm, and the hidden duality relations and quantum anomaly in critical systems. General theory for topological phase transitions and its relationship with deconfined quantum criticality will be covered. The workshop also covers topological phases and phase transitions in non-Hermitian systems and experimental progress on quantum criticality and topological phase transitions.
A Croucher Advanced Study Institute in partnership with the Chinese University of Hong Kong.