Atoms and molecules

Chair Information
Ephraim Shahmoon
Schmidt Auditorium
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Lectures for this program:

Lecture Time Speaker Lecture subject
14:00-14:15 Michael Karpov Collisions between cold molecules in a superconducting magnetic trap
Cold bimolecular collisions have a central role in various processes, including quantum chemistry, preparation of states...
14:15-14:30 Yaakov Yudkin Coherent superposition of diatomic and triatomic molecules
One of the most basic but profound paradigms of quantum mechanics is superposition. It is an essential ingredient for qu...
14:30-14:45 Yotam Shapira [1] Measuring Magnetic Fields with Magnetic-Field-Insensitive Transitions
The prevalent approach to atomic sensing is to measure an accumulating dynamical phase, which appears due to the depende...
14:45-15:00 Hagai Edri Observation of Spin-Spin Fermion-Mediated Interactions between Ultracold Bosons
In a mixture of a condensed Bose gas (BEC) and spin polarized degenerate Fermi gas (DFG), fermions can mediate collision...
15:00-15:15 Constantine Shkedrov Creating a homogeneous Fermi gas by dynamical decoupling the residual gravitational potential
An inhomogeneous density broadening, induced by harmonic trapping, causes local averaging of observables and washes out...
15:15-15:30 Dimitri Pimenov [1,2] Fermi-edge polarons and exciton-polaritons in ultracold gases and semiconductors
The textbook problem of an impurity coupled to a Fermi sea (''Fermi polaron'') has recently attracted much interest due...