In recent years, there has been considerable interest in quantum systems which show novel behavior of the whole system emerging from the collective behavior and interaction of the constituent local degrees of freedom. The novel phenomena include fractional quantum number, fractional statistics, topologically protected gapless bulk/edge excitations, etc. It appears that the long-range quantum entanglement in those system plays a critical role in generating those novel phenomena. The goal of this workshop is the study of the emergent and entanglement properties of quantum many-body systems. Possible topics of the workshop will be the emergence of gauge fields, fractionalized particles and symmetries as low energy properties of condensed matter systems, the study of entanglement in many body systems and its relationships with novel quantum phase transitions, the study of the AdS/CFT correspondence to understand properties of systems of strongly interacting fermions, the study of topological order, topological insulators, and quantum spin liquids.