Pushing the Boundaries with Cold Atoms

from Monday, 21 January 2013 (08:00) to Friday, 15 February 2013 (18:00)
Nordita (132:028)

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AM
10:30 Welcome!   (132:028)
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10:50 Parity violating superfluidity in ultra-cold fermions under the influence of artificial non-Abelian gauge fields - Prof. Carlos Sa de Melo (Georgia Tech (USA))   (132:028)
10:00 Long-lived repulsive and attractive polarons in a strongly interacting Fermi gas. - Prof. Georg Bruun (Aarhus University)   (132:028)
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10:00 Ultracold atoms and neutron-rich matter in nuclei and in astrophysics - Prof. Achim Scwenk (TU Darmstadt/EMMI)   (132:028)
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10:00 Effects of spin-orbit coupling on the BCS-BEC crossover - Prof. Luca Salasnich (Department of Physics, University of Padova)   (132:028)
10:30 BCS-BEC crossover in a quasi-2D Fermi gas - Dr Andrea Fischer (University of Cambridge, Cavendish Laboratory)   (132:028)
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10:00 Three-body problem in a two-dimensional Fermi gas - Dr Jesper Levinsen (University of Cambridge)   (132:028)
10:30 Three-body states in a many-body background - Prof. Nikolaj Zinner (University of Århus)   (132:028)
10:00 The SU(N) Heisenberg model of ultracold fermionic alkaline earth atoms - Prof. Frederic Mila (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne)   (132:028)
10:00 Dipolar Bose-Einstein condensates in 1D lattices - dipolar stabilization, de-stabilization and collapse - Prof. Axel Griesmaier (University of Stuttgardt, Germany)   (132:028)
11:00 Dynamical quantum simulation with ultra-cold atoms - Prof. Jens Eisert (Freie Universität Berlin)   (132:028)
10:00 Interaction-induced Anderson localisation of atoms in a bichromatic optical lattice - Prof. Giuliano Orso (Université Paris Diderot)   (132:028)
10:00 Zero-energy (Majorana) quasiparticles in fermionic superfluids in 2D optical lattices - Dr Pietro Massignan (ICFO - Institute of Photonic Sciences)   (132:028)
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10:30 Topological states of matter and their perspectives in cold atom systems - Dr Jan Budich (Stockholm University)   (132:028)
10:00 Topological phases of fermions in the p-orbital band of optical lattices - Prof. W. Vincent Liu (University of Pittsburgh)   (132:028)
10:00 Quantum gases of ultracold polar molecules - Prof. Silke Ospelkaus (Leibniz University Hannover)   (132:028)
10:00 Artificial gauge potentials with flux lattices - Prof. Jean Dalibard (Collège de France et Ecole normale supérieure)   (132:028)
10:00 The fate of Bose-Einstein condensate in the presence of spin-orbit coupling - Prof. Qi Zhou (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)   (132:028)
10:30 'Canonical' Majorana fermions and emergent gauge theories in ultracold gases - Dr Marcello Dalmonte (Insbruck)   (132:028)
10:00 Quantum chaos and effective thermalization - Prof. Alexander Altland (Köln Universität)   (132:028)
10:00 Efimov Physics beyond universality, Parity-order in Mott-Insulators, Duality, and Gauge Fields - Prof. Wilhelm Zwerger (Technische Universität München)   (132:028)
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10:00 Fermi-liquid theory of imbalanced quark matter - Dr Shaoyu Yin (Department of Applied Physics, Aalto University)   (132:028)
10:30 Mean-field description of a rotating dipolar Bose gas in an annular trap and of a rapidly rotating two-component Bose gas - Dr Elife Karabulut (Lund University)   (132:028)
10:00 Spielman, Ian: TBA   (132:028)
10:00 Quantum Simulators of Lattice Gauge Theories: Introduction - Prof. Maciej Lewenstein (ICFO, Barcelona)   (132:028)
10:00 TBA Rudi Grimm - Prof. Rudi Grimm (University of Innsbruck)   (132:028)
PM
13:45 History of NORDITA - Prof. Chris Pethick (NORDITA)   (132:028)
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14:00 Correlated Topological Phases: From Condensed-Matter Systems to Artificial Gauge Fields - Prof. Karyn Le Hur (Ecole Polytechnique Palaiseau)   (132:028)
15:00 --- Coffee break ---
14:00 Finite temperature phase diagram of a spin-polarized Fermi gas in a dimensional crossover - Mr Miikka Heikkinen (Aalto University)   (132:028)
14:30 Stability of spin liquid phases of alkaline earth atoms at Finite temperature - Dr Gergely Szirmai (Wigner Research Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest)   (132:028)
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15:00 --- Coffee break ---
14:00 Mobile impurities within a many-body quantum system - Dr Adrian Kantian (University of Geneva)   (132:028)
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17:30 --- Reception ---
14:00 Integrable pairing models in cold atom physics - Prof. Jorge Dukelsky (Instituto de Estructura de la Materia. CSIC.)   (132:028)
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14:00 Suppression of the quantum-mechanical collapse by repulsive interactions - Prof. Boris Malomed (Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Engineering, Dept. of Physical Electronics)   (132:028)
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14:00 Novel scenarios for atoms in optical lattices - Prof. Luis Santos (Leibniz Universität Hannover)   (132:028)
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14:00 Ultracold atoms in 2D optical lattices as cond-mat emulators - Prof. Cristiane Morais Smith (Institute for Theoretical Physics, Utrecht)   (132:028)
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14:00 Dynamically creating artificial gauge potentials in optical lattices - Dr Andre Eckardt (MPIPKS Dresden)   (132:028)
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17:30 --- Reception ---
14:00 Unconventional superfluidity in higher bands of an optical lattice - Prof. Andreas Hemmerich (Hamburg University)   (132:028)
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14:00 Ultracold bosons in double- and triple-well potentials - Dr Giovanni Mazzarella (Università di Padova)   (132:028)
14:30 Dissipation-driven squeezing - Prof. Gentaro Watanabe (Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics (APCTP))   (132:028)
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15:00 --- Coffee break ---
13:00 Quantum magnetism of ultracold fermions in an optical lattice - Prof. Tilman Esslinger (ETH, Zürich)   (132:028)
14:00 --- Coffee break ---
15:00 New Frontiers in Quantum Simulation with Cold Atoms and Ions: Prospects of Simulating Lattice Gauge Theories - Prof. Peter Zoller (University of Insbruck)   (Oscar Klein)
16:20 From p-orbital bosons to simulation of anti-ferromagnetic Heisenberg spin models - Ms Fernanda Pinheiro (Stockholm University/NORDITA)   (132:028)
16:50 Exploring spin-orbital models with cold gases loaded in the p-bands of optical lattices - Dr Teimuraz Vekua (Leibniz University of Hannover)   (132:028)
14:00 Manifestation of spin-orbit coupling for ultra-cold atoms - Prof. Gediminas Juzeliunas (Vilnius University)   (132:028)
14:30 Quantum Quench of a p-Wave Fermi Gas - Dr Sukjin Yoon (Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics)   (132:028)
15:00 --- Coffee break ---
15:30 Bloch oscillatio​ns of cold atoms in cavities - Mr Prasanna Venkatesh (McMaster University)   (132:028)
14:00 Information thermodynamics and fluctuation theorem - Prof. Masahito Ueda (University of Tokyo)   (132:028)
15:00 --- Coffee break ---
15:30 Simulating an interacting gauge theory with ultracold Bose gases - Dr Öhberg Patrik (Heriot-Watt University)   (132:028)
17:30 --- Reception ---
14:00 Bloch, Immanuel: TBA   (132:028)
15:00 --- Coffee break ---
14:00 Magnetism without magnetism - Prof. Klaus Sengstock (University of Hamburg)   (132:028)
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15:30 Hall conductivity in spin-orbit coupled bosonic Mott insulator - Dr Clement Wong (Utrecht University)   (132:028)
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14:00 Ultracold atoms in Florence: disorder and new experiments - Prof. Massimo Inguscio (University of Florence)   (132:028)
15:00 --- Coffee break ---
15:30 Bosons with Synthetic Rashba Spin-Orbit Coupling at Finite Power - Dr Brandon Anderson (Joint Quantum Institute)   (132:028)
16:00 Phase diagram of quasi-two-dimensional bosons in laser speckle potential - Dr Konstantin Krutitsky (Universität Duisburg-Essen)   (132:028)
14:00 Quantum-dot analogues with cold atoms – dipolar interactions, spin-orbit coupling and quantum transport - Prof. Stephanie M Reimann (Lund University)   (132:028)
15:00 --- Coffee break ---
16:00 Beyond standard Hubbard models - Dr Omjyoti Dutta (ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Science)   (132:028)
14:00 Topological transitions in mixed-geometry lattices, and dynamics of fermions in one dimension - Prof. Päivi Törmä (Aalto University)   (132:028)
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15:00 --- Coffee break ---
15:30 Dynamical arrest of ultracold lattice fermions - Dr Reza Bakhtiari (Institut für Theoretische Physik Hamburg)   (132:028)
17:30 --- Reception ---
14:00 2D Topological Insulators: Lattice Trapping Effects and Interactions - Dr Daniel Cocks (Goethe University Frankfurt)   (132:028)
14:30 Employing collapse and revival oscillations for the analysis of quantum many-body states - Prof. Uwe Fischer (Seoul National University)   (132:028)
15:00 --- Coffee break ---
15:30 Ferromagnetism and Nematicity of Fermions in an Optical Flux Lattice - Dr Stefan Baur (University of Cambridge)   (132:028)
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16:00 Simulating an interacting gauge theory with ultracold Bose gases - Dr Matthew Edmonds (Heriot-Watt University)   (132:028)
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14:00 Fractional quantum Hall states of bosons subjected to artificial gauge fields - Dr Bruno Julia-Diaz (ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences)   (132:028)
14:30 Fractional quantum Hall phases of two-component Bose gases - Mr Tobias Grass (ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Science)   (132:028)
15:00 --- Coffee break ---