Emphasis will be on the use of techniques developed in computational chemistry, and traditional condensed matter physics, to treat problems of ultra cold Bose and Fermi gasses (atomic or molecular) in single and double (or few) well traps, in the regime where both correlation and mean-field effects are important in determining collective effects such as Josephson tunneling, fragmentation, interpretation of interference patterns as diagnostics, dynamics of solitons and other non-linear structures.
Core invitees are strongly encouraged to bring a suitable graduate student or postdoc, or to send then in their stead.
Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Ave Telluride CO 81435
|Band, Yehuda||Ben-Gurion University|
|Band, Yehuda [2nd Reservation]||Ben-Gurion University|
|Carr, Lincoln||Colorado School of Mines|
|Edwards, Mark||Georgia Southern University|
|Faust, Doug||University of Washington|
|Garcia-March, Miguel-Angel||Institute for Cross-Disciplinary Physics and Compl|
|Reinhardt, William||University of Washington|
|Sakmann, Kaspar||Uni Heidelberg|
|Schillaci, Cory||University of Washington|
|Watanabe, Gentaro||Riken Institute|