Superfluidity and Pairing Phenomena: from Cold Atomic Gases to Neutron Stars
Aula Renzo Leonardi - Villa Tambosi
Str. delle Tabarelle, 286, 38123 Villazzano TN
This workshop will focus on the many-body physics of superfluid paircorrelated fermionic systems. It will provide a forum for discussion and collaboration on the diverse microscopic approaches employed to study fermionic systems, notably Monte-Carlo techniques, Green’s function methods, correlated-basis approaches, and lattice simulations. A broad variety of applications, ranging from neutron stars to cold atoms, will be presented and discussed. Special attention will be paid to non-standard pairing problems, including but not restricted to pairing in fermionic systems with imbalance, BCS-BEC crossover, high-partial-wave pairing, and pairing in lowdimensional systems. Applications to neutron stars will be addressed with reference to their observable properties.
John W. Clark (Washington University St. Louis)
Eckhard Krotschek (University at Buffalo SUNY)
Armen Sedrakian (Frankfurt University)