São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Quantum Fluids and Applications

The “São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Quantum Fluids and Applications” will be held at the University of São Paulo's São Carlos Institute of Physics (São Carlos, São Paulo state, Brazil) from February 20 to March 4, 2022. The School will cover relevant topics on quantum fluids, such as:

• Bose-Einstein condensation
• Degenerate Fermi gases
• Out-of-equilibrium quantum fluids and turbulence
• Adiabatic traps for cold atoms
• Quantum magnetism
• Macroscopic quantum phenomena
• Quantum simulation
• Universality
• Supersolids

The School aims to give attendees an understanding of the subject area from fundamental to applied science. It is targeted at graduate students and early career researchers (post-doctorate).

The event will be attended by renowned speakers from around the world, making this a great opportunity for the exchange of scientific ideas and technological advances in the field. Attendees will have the opportunity to present their research results in poster sessions.

This is a FREE event. The school will accept a limited number of requests; our aim is to select around one hundred participants (50/50 ratio between Brazilian and foreign participants). Priority will be given for candidates who are currently enrolled in Graduate School Programs (Master’s Degree / Master’s and Doctorate / PhD), as well as for Graduate School students and for those who have recently obtained their college diploma.

Interested parties might request funding for travel expenses. We have a limited quota for travel grants, which must be requested until November 15. Accommodation and food structure will be guaranteed for ALL approved funding requests.

  • Institution

    Instituto de Física de São Carlos / USP

  • Field of Knowledge


  • Academic Director

    Vanderlei Salvador Bagnato

  • Grant Number


  • Date

    2022-02-20 to 2022-03-04

  • Registration Deadline


  • Site


  • City

    São Carlos

  • Keywords

    quantum fluids; Bose-Einstein; applied science; supersolids; quantum phenomena