Five-o'-clock tea: Quark-Gluon Plasma and Cold Atoms

Participating EMMI research groups

Ewerz / Gasenzer / Jochim / Oberthaler / Pawlowski / Salmhofer / Schaffner-Bielich / Schweda / Stachel / Weidemüller / Wimberger

Physikalisches Institut, kleiner Hörsaal, Philosophenweg 12

 Monday 16:30 - 18:00 Uhr

The Seminar explores the synergies and communalities between the physics of the coldest and the hottest systems we can study experimentally in the laboratory: cold quantum gases and the quark-gluon plasma. It brings together interested students and researchers and experts working in one or both of these areas.

This seminar is the third in a seminar series and continues the QGP--Cold-Atoms Seminars of the summer term 2008 and the summer term 2009. This term it is a lunch seminar concentrating on current research and possible collaborations of the participating EMMI research groups.




 16.11. Evaporative Cooling Repp/Weidemüller
 30.11. Thermalisation in cold gases Kronenwett/Gasenzer
 7.12. Entropy: concepts Salmhofer
 14.12. Entropy in nuclear reactions Radomski/Schweda
 25.1. Entropy Production in High-Energy Nuclear Collisions & Notes Schweda
  summer term Entropy in cold gases Jochim
 summer term Turbulence Gasenzer
 summer term Thermalisation in heavy ion collisions Pawlowski
 summer term Knudsen number in QGP Stachel


Topics are assigned anytime, suggestions are welcome.