Second Padua Symposium on
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This one-day symposium is devoted to the informal discussion of recent topics in the field of ultracold quantum gases made of alkali-metal atoms. We would like to stimulate the interaction between different communities: experimentalists working with quantum degenerate gases, theoreticians working on different aspects of strongly-correlated systems, and experts on solitons and nonlinear phenomena.
Invited SpeakersStefano Giorgini (Trento): "Polarized Fermi gases with resonant interactions"
Boris Malomed (Tel Aviv): "Solitons and vortices in Bose-Einstein condensates supported by long-range dipole-dipole interactions"
Giovanni Mazzarella (Padua): "Atomic Josephson junction with two bosonic species"
Francesco Minardi (Florence): "Atomic Bose-Bose mixtures for quantum magnetism"
Anna Minguzzi (Grenoble): "Spectral functions of one-dimensional trapped bosons"
Giovanni Modugno (Florence): "Delocalization due to a repulsive interaction in a Bose-Einstein condensate with disorder"
Oliver Morsch (Pisa): "Time-resolved studies of Landau Zener tunneling in periodic potentials"
Pierbiagio Pieri (Camerino): "Pairing and condensation in a resonant Bose-Fermi mixture"
Mario Salerno (Salerno): "Rabi oscillations of matter-wave solitons in optical lattices"
Book of abstracts