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Universal physics in Many-Body Quantum Systems – From Atoms to Quarks
The workshop provides an interdisciplinary setting to discuss recent advances and challenges for physicists working on a wide range of systems, ranging from quarks and hadrons to cold atoms and molecules. Universality is now recognized as a common feature of strongly interacting quantum systems, independent of the details of the interaction at short distances. It is expected to provide a basis for the solution of many quantum phenomena in few- and many-body systems. We will discuss individual problems in the different research areas from the universal point of view such as Efimov physics and weakly-bound states, resonances, and BEC-BCS crossover. We also discuss correlations and emergent phenomena such as the formation of clusters in many-body systems.
|Hans-Werner Hammer||TU Darmstadt|
|Atsushi Hosaka||Osaka University|
|Sebastian Koenig||TU Darmstadt|