Mission of the Workshop

The collective phenomena of magnetism and superconductivity constitute two of the enduring cornerstones of condensed matter physics, and each has further been shown to exhibit versatile robust behaviors encoded in its globally nontrivial topology. As extending posts on the imagination boundaries and conceptual challenges, the three, magnetism, superconductivity, and topology, burgeon to find coexisting harmony under proper physical conditions, and promise to deliver appealing technological incentives. This workshop is to invite a selected list of distinguished speakers from the broader international community to brainstorm on the latest developments and possible future directions of this vibrant area of interdisciplinary science. Each speaker is expected to not only showcase the latest excitements in his or her own research emphasis among the M-S-T, but also be geared to entangle with the other workshop theme(s). Besides the invited lectures, the workshop will arrange ample discussions and posters. The collective objective of the workshop is to critically assess the standing challenges and envision on likely future pathways.

The workshop is planned to have a hybrid format, physically taking place in Dongguan, China, but with the option to attend virtually. All the presentations with advance permission will be broadcasted live to benefit the broader scientific community.

Meeting Activities

  • Keynote and invited talks (onsite & online)

  • Panel discussions

  • Poster sessions


Prof. Jiangping Hu (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Prof. Qian Niu (University of Science and Technology of China)

Prof. Fuchun Zhang (Kavli Institute for Theoretical Sciences, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Prof. Zhenyu Zhang (Chair) (University of Science and Technology of China)