CUI Young Researchers Workshop 2020
"Frontiers in nonequilibrium dynamics of multicomponent systems in the few- to many-body crossover"
February 10 - 12, 2020
Center for Optical Quantum Technologies,
University of Hamburg
The workshop will be held from February 10th to 12th, 2020, at the Center for Optical Quantum Technologies of the University of Hamburg in Germany.
The workshop aims at bringing together early career investigators (PhDs and postdocs) to share their recent scientific findings and thereby provides an inspiring framework for bridging the gaps from few- to many-body nonequilibrium quantum multicomponent systems. The topics will range from many-body nonequilibrium dynamics in Bose-Einstein condensates and Fermi seas including mixtures thereof to pure few-body quantum systems. Special emphasis will be given to highly particle imbalanced atomic mixtures which play an important role in the context of impurity physics and serve as a key to the understanding of transport properties, optical response and induced correlations in a plethora of materials. Much space for discussions and an open atmosphere will provide a great opportunity for the participants to have a strong exchange of ideas in order to interlink their works and experimental or theoretical methods.
This workshop is financially supported by the Cluster of Excellence 'Advanced Imaging of Matter' of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) - EXC 2056 - project ID 390715994.
The workshop language will be English. Please, note that the total number of participants is limited. The organizers invite PhD students and postdoctoral researchers to apply and to contribute to the poster session. If you are interested in participating in this workshop please send an email to the organizers (see below) stating your interest. The workshop will be held in the seminar room (ground floor) of the Center for Optical Quantum Technology.
- L. A. P. Ardila (Hannover)
- Q. Bouton (Kaiserslautern)
- M. Á. García March (Barcelona)
- P. Giannakeas (Dresden)
- F. Grusdt (Munich)
- B. Huang (Innsbruck)
- G. M. Koutentakis (Hamburg)
- M. Prüfer (Heidelberg)
- M. G. Skou (Aarhus)
- A. G. Volosniev (Vienna)
- C. Weitenberg (Hamburg)
- G. Zürn (Heidelberg)