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Finite-Temperature Non-Equilibrium Superfluid Systems (FINESS 2011)

18 Sep 2011 - 21 Sep 2011
Heidelberg, Germany

Ultracold atomic gases are, in a growing number of experiments, driven in a controlled way out of thermal equilibrium and allow new exciting insight into the dynamics of many-body quantum systems. At the same time increasing interest arises in mutual exchange with other areas such as solid-state and high-energy physics. Following successful conferences held in Sandbjerg, Denmark in 2007 and in Durham, UK in 2009, the aim of the workshop is to bring together international experts on nonequilibrium time evolution, transport in strongly correlated hydrodynamic systems as well as transport and quantum dynamics in lattice systems. The workshop will take place at the Internationales Wissenschaftsforum Heidelberg, situated in the old town of Heidelberg at the foot of the castle hill, from 12. to 15. September 2011.

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