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Physics Colloquium

Monday, 16 October, 2017

Strongly Correlated Quantum Matter: Cold Atoms, Nuclei, and Neutron Stars

Presented by Joseph Carlson, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Atomic nuclei offer unique opportunities for studying strongly correlated quantum matter. Analogies to cold atom experiments provide important insights into superfluid pairing, short-range correlations, and dynamic response.These nuclear properties can be very important in major experiments probing fundamental neutrino properties, and are also critical in determining the chemical evolution of the universe and the cold dense equation of state relevant to neutron stars.

Cost

Free

Venue

The Science and Engineering Research Facility
1414 Circle Drive
Room 307
Knoxville, TN
USA

Event Contact

Department of Physics and Astronomy

Phone: 974-3342
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