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Superfluidity and Pairing Phenomena: from Cold Atomic Gases to Neutron Stars
This workshop will focus on the many-body physics of superfluid paircorrelated fermionic systems. It will provide a forum for discussion and collaboration on the diverse microscopic approaches employed to study fermionic systems, notably Monte-Carlo techniques, Green’s function methods, correlated-basis approaches, and lattice simulations. A broad variety of applications, ranging from neutron stars to cold atoms, will be presented and discussed. Special attention will be paid to non-standard pairing problems, including but not restricted to pairing in fermionic systems with imbalance, BCS-BEC crossover, high-partial-wave pairing, and pairing in lowdimensional systems. Applications to neutron stars will be addressed with reference to their observable properties.
|John W. Clark||Washington University St. Louis|
|Eckhard Krotschek||University at Buffalo SUNY|
|Armen Sedrakian||Frankfurt University|