The SCES 2020/21 conference will be fully online!

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Dear SCES2020/21 Participant,
We are pleased to announce that the online platform for the SCES2020/21 conference is ready for you! Please log on to  using your login information or set up a new password using the same email you used to register.
You will use this platform to access all the virtual rooms and recorded contents for all sessions of the conference.
To attend the virtual sessions and prepare your presentations, please follow the recommendations below.

General information and recommendations for all attendees:

  • All the conference sessions will run on the online EventWeb/SCES2020 system. All registered attendees will be able to access the system .
  • Please separate a pair of personal earphones to be used during the conference for best sound quality.
  • Attendees will be granted direct access to the Zoom rooms, via EventWeb system. They can also  watch talks through a special interface on the EventWeb system. In the zoom rooms, the participants can ask questions live using the zoom features.  In the special interface, participants can write questions in the chat to be answered afterwards. 
  • The EventWeb system will use Zoom as the main tool for all sessions. Attendees and speakers must install the Zoom application on their devices prior to the event or during the first access to the EventWeb system. Link for Zoom download:
  • Notebook/ desktop computers are preferred, although tablets/notepad/mobile phones may also be used.
  • Attendees and speakers must check their internet connection in order to participate in the event without interruption.
  • All posters will be available in the EventWeb system for all participants during the whole period of the conference.

Instructions for Oral Presenters

Before the event
  1. Prepare your oral presentation (file and talk) in English, as if it was for a face-to-face conference.
  2. Consider an oral presentation of 12 minutes (total time with questions: 15 minutes). If you are an invited speaker, consider a 25-minute presentation (30 minutes with questions) for a parallel session and 40-minute (45 minutes with questions)  for a plenary session. We suggest all presentations (slides) to be numbered in order to facilitate questions.
  3. Save the presentation file in the device you will use for the oral presentation.
  4. Check that the Zoom application is installed in your device. For Zoom download:
  5. If possible, set your real name, surname and institution acronym as the user’s name in Zoom application, for better interaction with other attendees and chairs.
  6. Make sure your internet connection is stable and your headphones/ audio and voice system are in order.
In the day of the presentation
  1. Enter the EventWeb system at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time at    and click on the “> Virtual Room” option. The preference is that you present yourself to the chair before the session starts, even if you are the last speaker.
  2. Go to your speaker area and under “My presentations” click in “Join the presentation room”.
  3. When determined by the chair, share your presentation (ppt, pdf, etc).
  4. Deliver your talk live and, after finishing, remain available to answer possible questions from the attendees/ the awards committee members.
  5. The chair will read the questions that are submitted through the chat.

Instructions for E-Poster Presenters

Before the event
  1. Prepare your poster presentation (file and talk) in English, as if it was for a face-to-face conference.
  2. Use the typical size of 90 x 120 cm (width x height) for the poster, in portrait format, and save the file in PDF format. The file cannot exceed 20 MB. (Note that the file size has been increased for higher-quality presentation. At the same time, larger files might make it difficult for the attendees to follow and download the poster).
  3. Record an audio of about 12 minutes (maximum, 15 minutes) briefly explaining the poster in English. Save the audio in mp3 or wmv or m4a format.
  4. Enter the EventWeb system at   and log in using your login information or setup a new password with the same email you used to register. Click on the “> Virtual Room” option.
  5. Go to “My presentations” and then click on the title of your poster.
  6. Upload your poster PDF file and your audio file no later than September 26th, 2021.
In the day of the presentation
  1. Enter the EventWeb system at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time at    and log in with login information . Click on the “> Virtual Room” option.
  2. Go to “My presentations” and enter your poster.
  3. Do your best to be available during all your poster session time to answer questions from the attendees/ the awards committee members. Questions will be made and answered through the chat box available at the EventWeb system underneath each poster. Those questions and their answers will remain available for other participants to read until the end of the event.
  4. The event organization encourages poster presenters to provide the address of a personal meeting room (on Zoom, Google meet or any other provider), external to the EventWeb system, to interact via video with the attendees in order to discuss the work. The link of the room can be shared in the chat box underneath the poster.
  5. Five best posters will be chosen for a 5 min Plenary Express Presentation the next day at 15:00 – 15:30.   

Instructions for Session Chairs

Before the event
  1. Check the talks (speakers name and Title) of your session in the   
In the day of the Session
  1. Enter the EventWeb system at least 15 minutes before the beginning  of the session at    and click on the “> Virtual Room” option. 
  2. Check if all the speakers of your session are presented and if they can share their screen. 
  3. At the beginning of the session, announce to the audience that participants in the Zoom rooms can ask questions live using the zoom features (raise hand, open the microphone and chat) and participants watching  the session In the special interface in the platform can write questions in the chat to be answered afterwards. 
  4.  Be conscious of the time. If we have a no-show, wait for the proper time to move to the next talk.  
  5.  There will be technical support from the eventweb team in the zoom room in all sessions. If you have any technical issues, please talk to them

The Abstract Submission is closed.

The Early Registration deadline has been postponed to September 15, 2021.

Prizes Nominations is closed.

Manuscript Submission opens soon!

If your abstract has already been accepted and you want to submit a Proceedings paper, please do so at:

   If you do not wish to submit a Proceedings paper, please ignore the “Resubmission required” status in our site.


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The new dates for SCES 2020/21 are

September 27 – October 02, 2021.

The SCES 2020/21 conference will be fully online!

The SCES 2020/21 abstract submission is closed and the early Registration is open until September 15, 2021.

Please stay safe and constantly check this website for updates.

International Conference on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems

Sep. 27 – Oct 02, 2021.

Updates are coming soon

Plenary speakers (confirmed)

  • Dai Aoki (Tohoku Univ.) – Colloquium
  • Hong Ding (China Academy of Science) – Colloquium
  • Jeff Lynn (NCNR-NIST) – Colloquium
  • Kalobaran Maiti (TIFR) – Colloquium
  • Meigan Aronson (UBC) – Colloquium
  • Nigel Hussey (Radboud Univ.) – Colloquium
  • Piers Coleman (Rutgers Univ.) – Colloquium
  • Rafael Fernandes (Univ. Minnesota) – Colloquium
  • Silke Paschen (TU Wien) – Colloquium
  • Thereza Paiva (UFRJ) – Colloquium

Invited speakers (confirmed)

  • Aline Ramirez (ICTP-SAIFR)
  • Andrea Bianchi (Univ. Montréal)
  • Andrea Damascelli (UBC)
  • Andrea Severing (Univ. Cologne)
  • Arun Paramekanti (Univ. of Toronto)
  • Claude Monney (UNIFR)
  • Daniel Haskel (APS)
  • Eduardo Granado (UNICAMP)
  • Eduardo Marino (UFRJ)
  • Elena Hassinger (Max-Planck)
  • Eric Andrade (USP)
  • Huiqiu Yuan ( Zhejiang Univ.)
  • Jan Zaanen (Leinden Univ.)
  • Kamran Behnia (ESPCI)
  • Kenji Ishida (Kyoto Univ.)
  • Lara Benfatto (Sapienza University)
  • Marcelo Jaime (LANL)
  • Mariana Malard (UNB)
  • Michael Nicklas (Max-Planck)
  • Mucio Continentino (CBPF)
  • Narcizo Marques (LNLS)
  • Natalia Drichko (Johns Hopkins Univ.)
  • Nicholas Curro (UC-Davis)
  • Nick Butch (NIST)
  • Pedro Schlottman (FSU)
  • Priscila Rosa (LANL)
  • Qimiao Si (Rice Univ.)
  • Rodrigo Pereira (UFRN)
  • Rosa Lopez (UIB)
  • Satoru Nakatsuji (Univ. of Tokyo)
  • Sergey Budko (Iowa State Univ.)
  • Sergio Magalhães (UFRGS)
  • Stephen Rowley (Cavendish Lab)
  • SungBin Lee (KAIST)
  • Tomáš Novotný (Charles Univ.)
  • Vidya Madhavan (Univ. Illinois)
  • Yanina Fasano (CAB)
  • Yasuhiro Tada (Univ. of Tokyo)

SCES 2020 Co-Chairs

Pascoal G. Pagliuso, Eduardo Miranda and Cris Adriano | IFGW – Unicamp

SCES 2020 main hostess

Maria Eugênia Fortes Brollo

Contact Information:

Approximate Schedule for SCES 2020/2021

  • SCES 2020 official web site opening: October 2019
  • First Announcement: October 2019
  • Committees Updates, Nominations, Invitations: October 2019 to March 2020
  • Registration opening: June 16, 2021.
  • Prize Nominations: deadeline: August 25, 2021.
  • Deadline Abstract submission: August 20, 2021
  • Application for Young Researcher:
  • Manuscript Submission Deadline: October, 01 2021
  • Final Program:
  • Conference: September 27 – Oct 02, 2021.

SCES Webinar Series

To keep our community connected and live during the absence of in person SCES conferences, it was our pleasure to announce the new series of SCES webinars.

Facebook do IFGW

More information:

Previous Events:

06/18/2020 – Title: Weyl-Kondo Semimetal – How Strong Correlations Intersect with Topology

Prof. Qimiao Si – Rice University

07/30/2020 – Title: Unveiling details in spectral densities of correlated systems

Prof. Karen Hallberg – Centro Atómico Bariloche and Instituto Balseiro, CNEA, CONICET, Bariloche, Argentina

08/27/2020 – Title: Unraveling the mysteries of UTe2

Dra. Priscila F. S. Rosa – Los Alamos National Laboratory – NM – USA

08/27/2020 – Title: Superconductivity mediated by polar modes in doped ferroelectrics

Dr. Stephen E. Rowley -Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge

09/17/2020 – Title: Reentrant superconductivity and multiple superconducting phases in UTe2

Prof. Dai Aoki – IMR, Tohoku University

10/15/2020 – Title: Correlation-driven electronic topology: The Weyl-Kondo semimetal Ce3Bi4Pd3

Prof. Silke Paschen – Vienna University of Technology

As part of the Workshop: 20 years of the 115’s: past, present, and future :

11/12/2020 – Title: The 115 Superconductors: Window on a new world of quantum materials 

Prof. Piers Coleman – Rutgers University

11/12/2020 – Title: Kondo nano-structures and lattices: quantum Monte Carlo studies

Prof. Fakher Assaad – University of Wurzburg

11/12/2020 – Title: What can we learn from the Ce218s

Prof. Cris Adriano – IFGW, Unicamp

11/12/2020 – Title: Structural complexity in CeIrIn5 and CeCoIn5

Prof. Steffen Wirth – Max-Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids

12/10/2020 – Title: Stabilizing even-parity chiral superconductivity in Sr2RuO4

Dr. Aline Ramires – Paul Scherrer Institute – Switzerland

12/10/2020 – Title: Quantum criticality of magnetic field induced order in a correlated Dirac semimetal

Dr. Yasuriho Tada – University of Tokyo, Japan

01/21/2021 – Title: Systematics of Superconducting Materials

Prof. Zachary Fisk – UCI/LANL, USA

02/25/2021 – Title: A comparative x-ray study of UM2Si2 compounds with 5f electron duality

Dr. Andrea Severing – University of Cologne

04/01/2021 – Title: Vestigial orders in electronic correlated systems: nematicity and beyond

Prof. Dr. Rafael Fernandes – University of Minnesota

05/20/2021 – Title: Non‑Gaussian tail in the force distribution: a hallmark of correlated disorder in the host media of elastic objects

Dr. Yanina Fasano – Centro Atómico Bariloche

05/20/2021 – Title: Anisotropic superconductivity and the spin-vortex antiferromagnetism in Ni-doped CaKFe4As4

Dr. Isabel Guillamón – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

06/24/2021 – Title: Selective excitation of electrons in Fe-based systems using trARPES

Prof. Kalobaran Maiti – Tata Institute of Fundamental Research

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