Modern theoretical, experimental, and applied physics of two-dimensional (2D) systems explore and employ the great richness of their quantum properties. These properties are probed by various experimental techniques, such as charge, spin, exciton, and heat transport, optical, microwave, and scanning-probe spectroscopies, photoresistance, etc. Over the recent years, the available variety of 2D systems has grown dramatically and include various semiconductor and oxide heterostructures, atomically thin layers (or bi-layers) of graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides, and their heterostructures. Some of the most celebrated phenomena realized in these 2D systems are quantum Hall effects, Wigner crystals, stripes and bubble phases, and excitonic Bose condensates. More exotic phenomena are expected to emerge as the quality of the 2D systems and experimental tools are improved, which is and ongoing process.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together leading experts and the researches at the beginning of their careers in the field of quantum physics of 2D matter for presentation and discussion of their recent results and ongoing developments. Exchange of ideas and expectations of the future progress in the field will help its development in next several years.