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Dynamics of many interacting quantum particles - what we can learn from experiments with ultracold atoms

Maximilian Prüfer , Kirchoff Institute for Physics (KIP)
The dynamics of many-particle systems influenced by quantum mechanical effects is hard to predict. There are still many interesting open problems as for example possible universal phenomena out of equilibrium and the thermalization of isolated quantum systems. We tackle these problems in our laboratory where we employ ultracold atomic gases to build highly controlled model systems for studying the dynamics of interacting particles. I will introduce our system which consists of a Bose-Einstein condensate of Rubidium and give an overview of how we extract information about the quantum dynamics from experimental observations.
14 May 2021, 13:30
Institut für Theoretische Physik, Online

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