Research Frontiers in Ultra-cold Atoms
04 May 2009 - 08 May 2009
International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy
This international conference will bring scientists for all over the world to discuss the current frontiers of research in ultracold atoms. Topics to be covered include fermionic, bosonic atoms and their mixtures in harmonic traps and optical lattices. The connections between atomic physics and condensed matter will be explored, as systems of ultra-cold atoms can simulate many known condensed matter phenomena with unprecedented control. Furthermore, since interactions, hopping, dimensionality, and temperatures can be fully controlled in ultra-cold atoms, these systems can reveal completely new phenomena, which are not possible or accessible in standard condensed matter physics.
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