Vorlesung: Ultracold Quantum Gases – Übersicht
Ultracold Quantum Gases
Dr. Simon Fölling
The course gives an introduction into the field of ultracold quantum gases. The lectures are combined with a weekly journal club, where we discuss original publications related to the lecture. Additional problem sets supplement the course.
Times and Places
When: Tuesday 2pm - 4pm c.t. in H107
Thursday 2pm - 4pm c.t. in H107
When: to be determined in first week of lecture
The tutorials will also take place in room H107 (same as the lecture). The time will be determined in the first lecture.
When: Usually Thursdays 3pm-4pm
In the (approximately) weekly journal club we will discuss original publications related to the course. The selected papers will be posted on the Website and should be read prior to the Journal Club. In weeks without journal club a regular lecture will be held instead.
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge in atomic physics and quantum mechanics. Knowledge in statistical physics is helpful but not required.
For more information please contact the lecture website.
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