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International Conference on Reproducibility in Condensed Matter Physics

May 9 - May 11, 2024

University Club, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Supported by the National Science Foundation

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Application Deadline: January 15, 2024

Scope of the conference:

  • Ongoing reproducibility efforts in experimental theoretical and computational condensed matter physics
  • Assessing the prevalence of unreliable research and ways to identify it
  • Examples of best reproducibility practices
  • Integrating reproducibility principles into education and training
  • Building up infrastructure to support reproducibility and open science
  • Developing advice on changes to publication and funding policy
  • Recognizing and rewarding reproducibility work and open science efforts

Invited Participants:

  • Jean-Sébastien Caux, VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Jessica Thomas, American Physical Society
  • Igor Mazin, George Mason University
  • Karl Ziemelis, Nature Magazine, London, UK
  • *Laurens Molenkamp, University of Wuerzburg, Germany
  • Laura Greene, Florida State University
  • James Hamlin, University of Florida
  • Frank Marsiglio, University of Alberta, Canada
  • Cui-Zu Chang, Pennsylvania State University
  • Tomasz Durakiewicz, NSF
  • Beth Masimore, Office of Inspector General, NSF 
  • Rebecca E. Morss, Office of Integrative Activities, NSF
  • *Anton Akhmerov, Delft University of Technology
  • *Olivia Lanes, IBM Quantum
  • Jelena Stajic, Science Magazine
  • Tomas Furst, Palacky University, Czech Republic
  • Marco Valentini, ISTA Vienna, Austria
  • Benjamin Sacepe, Institut Neel Grenoble
  • Eugenie Reich, Eugenie Reich Law LLC, Boston, MA
  • Vincent Mourik, FZ Juelich
  • Henry Legg, University of Basel, Switzerland
  • Seth Putterman, UCLA

Organizing Committee:

  • Sergey Frolov, University of Pittsburgh (local organizer)
  • Ana Akrap, Fribourg University, Switzerland
  • Samaresh Guchhait, Howard University
  • Babak Seradjeh, Indiana University
  • Brian Skinner, Ohio State University

National Science Foundation Grant No DMR-2326983

Supported by Pittsburgh Quantum Institute

* tentative participant