The interdisciplinary workshop brings together experts from the quantum sciences, particularly quantum chemistry and quantum information theory to elaborate on conceptual aspects of interacting quantum many-fermion systems. The aim is to discuss recent ideas and identify open challenges related to the determination of the energy and properties of interacting fermions in terms of reduced density matrices (RDMs). Topics will explore the theory and applications of both ground and excited states as well as time-dependent processes.

The workshop comprises the following connected thematic blocks:

1. Geometry of RDMs & Concept of fermionic correlation and entanglement.

2. 1- and 2-body N-representability Problem.

3. 1-RDM and 2-RDM Functional Theories.

4. Excited States and Time-Evolution.