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Mesoscopic cold atom systems in and out of equilibrium (Virtual International Workshop)

Date
Sep 7, 2020 - Sep 11, 2020
Time
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Speaker
Doerte Blume, Thomas Busch, Artur Widera
Series
MPI-PKS Workshops, Seminare und Konferenzen
Language
en
Main Topic
Physik
Host
Mandy Lochar
Description
The workshop will discuss progress and future directions of mesoscopic cold atom and related systems, in and out of equilibrium. Topics of interest include experimentally accessible observables, higher-order correlations, diffusion dynamics, developing and benchmarking effective low-energy theories, thermalization, and quantum engineering protocols.
Topics include

How can we observe correlations between constituents such as atoms, molecules, quasi-particles or spins of mesoscopic systems?
Can we tune a mesoscopic system from obeying the eigenstate thermalization hypothesis to violating it?
How can we unambiguously observe the transition between incoherent and coherent quantum diffusion?
What are the limits of state relaxation and engineering in non-adiabatic Hamiltonians?
How can we experimentally and theoretically benchmark effective, nonequilibrium theories?

Links

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Location

Online, please follow the internet link.

Organizer

Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer SystemeNöthnitzer Straße3801187Dresden
Phone
+ 49 (0)351 871 0
E-Mail
MPI-PKS
Homepage
http://www.mpipks-dresden.mpg.de
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