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Durham Seminar, Wednesday 15 May 2019

12:00 - 13:00

CG 60

Giovanni Barontini

Giovanni Barontini

Multi-component quantum gases: from neutron stars to ultracold engines

I will present our latest results on the thermodynamics of spin-1 Bose-Einstein Condensates, including our method to generate synthetic magnetization in an unmagnetized sample. Additionally, I will report on our progress towards the realization of a “quantum printer” that will allow us to simulate high-energy physics phenomena. In particular, I will present our ideas to unveil the Andreev-Bashkin effect in superfluid mixtures. In the final part of the talk I will present the progress of our project for the realization of quantum engines using ultracold atomic mixtures.