Les Diablerets, Switzerland, May 12-17, 2019.
The 2019 Gordon Research Conference on Superconductivity will bring together experts in materials, experimental and theoretical physics to address issues at the frontier of the field. Within the structure of the nine sessions listed below, we will cover work that sheds light on the superconducting state and mechanisms in a variety of materials including cuprates, iron-based superconductors, hydrides, ruthenates, dichalcogenides, ultra-low carrier density superconductors, organics, graphene and heavy fermion materials. In addition to talks by leaders of the field there will be ample time for discussion in the formal sessions and of course during hikes in the mountains around the spectacular conference site. Speakers will be strongly encouraged to present new, unpublished work to further expand the scope of the discussions. All participants will be invited to contribute to poster sessions, which we see as central to the success of the meeting. On the weekend prior to the conference (11-12 May), the associated Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) on Superconductivity, organized by Anna Böhmer and Lauren Cane, will bring together young scientists to share their results, ideas and experiences.