Boulder School 2000: Introduction to Superconductivity: Fundamentals and Applications

July 3-28, 2000

Scientific Coordinators:

Alan M. Goldman, Chris Lobb, Zlatko Tesanovic

Site Coordinator: Leo Radzihovsky

The Boulder 2000 summer school aims to give attendees exposure to some of the most vital experimental and theoretical areas of study in the area of superconductivity.

Group Photo

Main Themes of the School

Basic Principles of Superconductivity * Quantum Dynamics of Vortices and Electrons * Vortices in D > 2 and Critical Phenomena in Superconductors * High Temperature and other Unconventional Superconductors * Vortex Dynamics: Physics and Applications * Nonequilibrium Superconductivity * Mesoscopic and Nanoscale Superconducting Systems * Materials, Applications and Devices

Confirmed list of 2000 lecturers and seminar speakers:

V. Ambegaokar (Cornell)
L. Balents (UC Santa Barbara)
G. Boebinger (NHMFL Los Alamos)
G. W. Crabtree (Argonne)
D. Dessau (Colorado)
A. T. Dorsey (Florida) - Lucent Lecturer
S. M. Girvin (Indiana)
L. H. Greene (Illinois)
D. Larbalestier (Wisconsin)
A. H. MacDonald (Indiana)
J. M. Martinis (NIST Boulder)
K. A. Moler (Stanford)
V. Moshchalkov (Leuven)
Leo Radzihovsky (Colorado)
D. Ralph (Cornell)
R. E. Sager (Quantum Design, Inc.)
J. A. Sauls (Northwestern)
G. Schoen (Karlsruhe)
R. A. Smith (Birmingham)
A. Sudbø (Trondheim)
J. Talvacchio (Northrop-Grumman)
N. C. Yeh (Caltech)