Third Padua Symposium on
This two-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.
Invited SpeakersFrancesco Ancilotto (Padova): "Supersolid structure and excitation spectrum of soft-core bosons in 3D"
Roberta Citro (Salerno): "Phase diagram of interacting Bose gases in one dimensional disordered optical lattice"
Franco Dalfovo (Trento): "Nucleation and decay of solitons in Bose and Fermi gases"
Stefania De Palo (Trieste): "QMC simulations for strongly interacting fermions in two dimensions"
Davide Galli (Milano): "Quantum Monte Carlo study of dynamic properties of ultracold gases"
Fabrizio Illuminati (Salerno): "Quantum simulation with trapped ions: from long-distance entanglement to frustration and exotic phases of matter"
Francesco Minardi (Firenze): "Mobile impurities in one-dimensional cold gases"
Anna Minguzzi (Grenoble): "Optimum persistent currents for ultracold bosons on a ring trap"
Giovanni Modugno (Firenze): "Observation of the Bose glass in one dimension, from weak to strong interactions"
Oliver Morsch (Pisa): "Full counting statistics of a dissipative Rydberg gas"
Massimo Palma (Palermo): "Polarons in two components Bose Einstein condensates"
Saverio Pascazio (Bari): "Nonexponential decay of Feshbach molecules"
Vittorio Penna (Torino): "Localization-delocalization transition in the attractive Bose-Hubbard model"
Pierbiagio Pieri (Camerino): "Unveiling the polaron-molecule transition: the alternative route of Bose-Fermi mixtures"
Sebastiano Pilati (Trieste): "Ultracold atoms in optical lattices: beyond the Hubbard model"
Luca Salasnich (Padova): "Superfluid density, sound velocity and Goldstone mode in the 2D BCS-BEC crossover"
Andrea Trombettoni (Trieste): "Effective models for layered ultracold Fermi gases"
Patrizia Vignolo (Nice): "A Metal-Insulator transition induced by Random Dipoles"