- Eric Cances (École des Ponts & INRIA, Paris).
- Horia Cornean (Aalborg University, Denmark).
- David Gontier (Université Paris-Dauphine, Paris).
- Gianluca Panati (“Sapienza” University of Rome, Italy)

Following the previous editions (Solid Math 2014, Trieste, Italy; Solid Math 2016, Aalborg, Denmark; Solid Math 2018, Montreal, Canada), the 2020 edition of Solid Math will be an international conference focusing on mathematical and numerical methods for condensed-matter physics, including cold gases, quantum liquids, strongly correlated electrons, and solid-state physics.

Recent discoveries in these fields give challenging mathematical questions, the main being the understanding – based on fundamental models – of the variety of new phenomena, including

- topologically-ordered phases of macroscopic matter;
- anomalous transport in aperiodic solids;
- conductivity properties of 2d materials such as graphene, or Weyl semi-metals.

In view of that, we are planning a focused international conference, with a threefold aim:

- to encourage the exchange of ideas and methods between active researchers in the field;
- to disseminate the recent results and techniques, making them accessible, by informal talks, to Ph.D. students and young post-doc fellows;
- to communicate recent mathematical and numerical advances to the theoretical physics community, and
*vice versa*.