Frontiers of Quantum and Mesoscopic Thermodynamics (FQMT) Conferences

Scope and Topics

Frontiers of Quantum and Mesoscopic Thermodynamics (FQMT) is the successful series of the multidisciplinary conferences held in Prague which address non-equilibrium statistical physics, quantum many body physics, foundations of quantum physics and quantum thermodynamics. The title of the conference is historical; its meaning corresponds only partly to topics of the actual FQMT conferences. Traditionally, the FQMT programs feature concerts of classical and jazz music performed by world-class musicians, held at outstanding venues of the city.

History of the conferences

The very beginning of the series of FQMT conferences goes back to 2002, when the International Conference on Quantum Limits to the Second Law was held in San Diego; one of its principal organizers being, Vladislav Čápek.

FQMT related public lectures and concerts

17 May, 2016: Public lecture of Pavel Kroupa and concert: Program
18 May, 2016: Classical concert: Program
Under the auspicies of Dominik Cardinal Duka OP, Archbishop of Prague