• Workshop on Localisation in Quantum Systems

    On June 1-2 2017, King’s College London was host to WoLQS, a Workshop on Localisation in Quantum Systems. This was a student-led initiative, with 9 CANES students taking different organising roles. It was aimed at early-career researchers, with each of the three invited speakers giving a two-part seminar, the first part being pedagogical and the

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  • Statistical Mechanics of Glassy Complex and Non-Equilibrium Systems

    Between the 22nd and 23rd of May 2017 the conference “Statistical Mechanics of Glassy Complex and Non-Equilibrium Systems” will be held at the Strand Campus of King’s College London. For further details click here.

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  • Introduction to CNES @ CANES Annual Retreat

    An introduction to CNES will take place at the CANES Annual Retreat on Tuesday 4th July at Wotton House in Surrey. It will be immediately followed by a brainstorming session about possible research projects, collaborations and associated funding opportunities.

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  • CANES students secured internships

    Kirsten Jenkins (Cohort I) has secured a 3-month fully paid internship for summer 2017 with the operational research department of the civil service. Kirsten commented:‘I will be using the skills I have gained in CANES and my PhD in theoretical modelling and data analysis to help better implement policy. This will give me an opportunity

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  • Accurate interatomic force fields via machine learning with covariant kernels.
    Aldo Glielmo, Peter Sollich, and Alessandro De Vita
    From non-ergodic eigenvectors to local resolvent statistics and back: a random matrix perspective.
    Davide Facoetti, Pierpaolo Vivo and Giulio Biroli