5 September 2019 6 September 2019
The workshop aims to explore new frontiers, to identify open questions and challenges in these fields.
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The last two decades have seen a tremendous progress in utilizing novel platforms to study quantum many-particle systems, such as ultracold quantum gases, optomechanics, and cavity QED systems in nanostructures.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together leading researches in these fields to explore new frontiers and to identify open questions and challenges.
- G. Blatter (ETH Zurich)
- N. Cooper (University of Cambridge)
- J. Dalibard (College de France)
- E. Demler (Harvard)
- K. Ensslin (ETH Zurich)
- T. Esslinger (ETH Zurich)
- M. P. A. Fisher (KITP)
- M. Greiner (Harvard)
- R. Grimm (IQOQI Innsbruck)
- A. Imamoglu (ETH Zurich)
- T. Kippenberg (EPFL)
- T. Leggett (UIUC)
- D. Petrov (Orsay)
- C. Salomon (ENS)
- S. Stringari (University of Trento)
- F. Werner (ENS)
- M. Zwierlein (MIT)
In order to register for the workshop, please see the event's website.
*Image data courtesy of W. Ketterle and M. Zwierlein.