Connections between cold atoms and nuclear matter: From low to high energies.

06 June 2022 — 10 June 2022
Hybrid/Mixed

In this workshop, theorists working in cold atoms and nuclear matter will be brought together to exchange ideas between the two fields. Given that ultracold atoms can be  used  as  quantum simulators of situations that are relevant to nuclear matter, a few experimentalists working with ultracold bosons and fermions will present new results that require deeper theoretical understanding. Their presentations will stimulate cross pollination between theorists working in the two communities.

Topics to be covered in the workshop include unitary gases, long-ranged dipolar interactions, optical lattices and lattice chromodynamics, artificial spin-orbit coupling, supersolidity and collective excitations.

Organizers

  • Carlo Sa de Melo (Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta/US)
  • Alexandros Gezerlis (University of Guelph, Guelph/CA)

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