SAMOP 2023 – wissenschaftliches Programm
SYPD 1: Many-body Physics in Ultracold Quantum Systems
Donnerstag, 9. März 2023, 14:30–16:30, E415
Exploring the fascinating properties of many-body quantum systems demands a well-controlled experimental platform. Because of their low temperature and good isolation from the environment, ultracold neutral atom systems excellently fulfill these requirements. In this session, we will explore a wide range of intriguing effects in these systems. We will look into supersolidity caused by long-range dipolar interactions and non-equilibrium phenomena. We will learn about quantum entanglement and how it can be employed for quantum simulation, where atoms can be used to model complex systems and simulate their behavior. Furthermore, we will discuss applications of ultracold quantum systems where atoms are collectively manipulated to measure real-world properties.
|14:30||SYPD 1.1||Hauptvortrag: Entanglement and quantum metrology with microcavities — •Jakob Reichel|
|15:00||SYPD 1.2||Hauptvortrag: Many-body physics in dipolar quantum gases — •Francesca Ferlaino|
|15:30||SYPD 1.3||Hauptvortrag: Quantum Simulation: from Dipolar Quantum Gases to Frustrated Quantum Magnets — •Markus Greiner|
|16:00||SYPD 1.4||Hauptvortrag: Quantum gas in a box — •Zoran Hadzibabic|