Strongly Correlated Ultracold Fermi
Dr Xia-Ji Liu
Centre for Atom Optics and Ultrafast Spectroscopy, FEIS, Swinburne University of Technology
3:30 pm Friday, 11 March 2011, EN101 Lecture Theatre (EN Building), Hawthorn.
Recent breakthroughs in the creation of ultra-cold atoms in the laboratory have ushered in major changes
in physical science. These enormous changes in the coldest temperatures available in the laboratory mean
that many novel experiments are possible, with an unprecedented control of interaction, geometry and
purity. Quantum many-body theory is now facing severe challenges in quantitatively understanding new
experimental results. Here, I present some recently developed theoretical techniques that are providing
successful theoretical predictions [1-6].
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.Xia-Ji Liu, Hui Hu, and Peter D. Drummond, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 160401 (2009).
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.E. D. Kuhnle, H. Hu, X.-J. Liu, P. Dyke, M. Mark, P. D. Drummond, P. Hannaford, and C. J. Vale,
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