**12-15 April, 2016, Oxford, UK**

## Posters

### Time-dependent renormalized natural orbital theory for intense laser-atom interaction

Martins Brics, *University of Rostock*, PDF

### Dimensional reduction of Majorana modes at the boundary of a 3D topological superconductor

James de Lisle, *University of Leeds*, PDF

### Propagating the two-particle reduced-density matrix of one- and two-dimensional Hubbard systems

Stefan Donsa, *Vienna University of Technology*, PDF

### Time-Dependent Two-Particle Reduced Density Matrix Theory for Atoms in Strong Laser Pulses

Fabian Lackner, *Vienna University of Technology*, PDF

### Spectral properties of reduced fermionic density operators and parity supers-election rule

Sergey Philippov, *Russian Academy of Sciences*, PDF

### The semiclassical propagator of two anyons

Stefan Georg Fischer, *Universitat Freiburg*, PDF

### SDPs for solving the quantum ground state problem

Christian Gogolin, *The Institute of Photonic Sciences*, PDF

### The Symmetric Extendability Problem

Joel Klassen, *The Institute for Quantum Computing Waterloo*, PDF

### Reduced Density Matrices in Quantum Chemistry

Arseny Kovyrshin, *ETH Zürich*, PDF

### Current Correlations from a Mesoscopic Anyon Collider

Ivan Levkivskyi, *ETH Zürich*, PDF

### Density functionals with the help of matrix product states

Michael Lubasch, *University of Oxford*, PDF

### Topology of congiguration space for indistinguishable particles on tree graphs

Tomasz Maciazek, *Center for Theoretical Physics, PAS*, PDF

### Mapping the electronic changes in MgO-nanoclusters using quantum mechanics: Effects on HOMO-LUMO gaps and Coulomb properties by symmetry and surface alterations

Sergio Manzetti and Alexei Yakovlev, *Uppsala University*, PDF

### Topological Edge States are Monogamous

Konstantinos Meichanetzidis, *University of Leeds*, PDF

### On the computational limits of a full quantum mechanical treatment for fewbody systems

Andrea Muolo, *ETH Zürich*, PDF

### Exchange statistics on graphs

Adam Sawicki, *University of Bristol*, PDF

### Active Orbital Space Selection Based on Density Matrices

Christopher Stein, *ETH Zürich*, PDF

### Lagrange method based on natural orbitals

Jian Wang, *Huzhou university*, PDF