Fulde 教授榮獲2009年杜聰明獎，因此而有本計畫，他首創德國馬克斯普朗克複雜系統物理研究中心並擔任中心主任至2007年，現任亞太理論物理研究中心(APCTP)主任。經由與 Fulde 教授的合作，以及他的引介和協調，可以大幅增強台灣和德國、韓國的國際合作。本計畫擬支持國內學者赴德、韓訪問和德、韓學者訪台之旅費。 Fulde 教授現仍活躍於凝態物理理論之研究，考量國內學者之所學及Fulde 教授之研究興趣，我們擬和Fulde教授及德、韓學者就複雜系統中近藤效應相關物理領城進行合作研究，?重於下列三個主題：一、多軌域近藤效應與自旋霍爾效應，二、具幾何挫折性近藤晶格系統，三、無序及具散逸性的近藤晶格系統，四、近藤系統之非平衡量子動力學。這些議題十分有趣但極具挑戰性，需用多種理論物理方法。因此本計畫擬整合台大物理系高英哲和政大應物所郭光宇、林瑜琤等國內學者之專長，並和Fulde教授等德、韓學者密切合作來達成。 Prof. Peter Fulde has received the 2009 ’Tsungming Tu Award’. This provides a golden opportunity for international cooperation. Prof. Fulde created the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems (MIPPKS) at Dresden, Germany. He had been the Director and Scientific Member of this institute from year 1993 to 2007. He is currently the head of the ’electronic correlations group’ of MIPPKS. He is also the president of the Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics (APCTP), Pohang (Korea) since 2007. Considering the expertise of Prof. Fulde and his collaborators, we propose to embark on the research in the following three topics: The first one is the multi-orbital Kondo effect, which has been proposed to explain the large spin Hall effect (SHE) in the Au/FePt system. The second one is the Kondo lattice model with the magnetic moments form a geometrically frustrated lattice. Finally, we propose to study the non-equilibrium dynamics of the Kondo systems. These proposed topics are highly interesting but nonetheless very challenging. To tackle these problems, several different theoretical methods would be needed. Therefore, we propose to coordinate the complementary expertise and theoretical skills of related condensed matter theorists in both Graduate Institute of Applied Physics, National Chengchi University (NCCU) and Department of Physics, National Taiwan University (NTU), and also to collaborate with colleagues of Prof. Fulde in Germany and Korea. Therefore, we would like to apply mainly for travel fund for domestic scholars to Germany and Korea, and Prof. Fulde and his collaborators coming from Germany and Korea to Taiwan.