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Many-body Quantum Dynamics

Cavendish Laboratory

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last modified Aug 21, 2018 02:25 PM
We achieved Bose-Eintein condensation of K39 atoms.

We reached the next important benchmark, Bose-Einstein condensation of potassium-39 atoms. Using the readily accessible Feshbach resonance of this species, we can now tune interatomic interactions from strongly attractive to non-interacting to strongly repulsive. We are looking forward to studying quantum many-body physics in two-dimensional quasicrystal for the first time.


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Two Postdoc positions available to work on experimental many-body quantum dynamics using ultracold atomic gases and optical lattices. Application closes on 31/3/19.

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We achieved Bose-Eintein condensation of K39 atoms.

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