SCES '08 - concluding remarks

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Sebastian, Suchitra E.
Smith, C. Morais
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This year's SCES has proved exciting in the array of unconventional phenomena discovered both in novel systems, and by the renewed investigation of age-old systems, arguably in the vicinity of QCPs. From heavy fermion systems, to cuprate superconductors, and in a new twist iron pnictide superconductors - some questions remain: just how similar or different are correlated phenomena in these systems? Further, how ubiquitous are ultra-strongly correlated effects such as the fractional quantum Hall effect (QHE), and can cold atom systems mimic such correlated phases? We shall discuss some of these issues here.
Comment: Concluding remarks presented at SCES '08 conference, Buzios, Brazil; to appear in Physica B
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Condensed Matter - Strongly Correlated Electrons
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