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University of Washington
C411 Physics/Astronomy Building
Box 351550, Seattle WA 98195-1550
Office: 206-685-3360
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Program INT-05-2b: Few-and Many-Body Physics in Quantum Liquids & Gases

Program participants for the week of August 1- 5, 2005

Participant Name
Institution
Dates
Bhongale, Satyan U. Innsbruck July 31 - August 14
Blume, Doerte Washington State University July 31 - August 26
Braaten, Eric Ohio State August 01 - August 26
Carlson, Joseph LANL August 01 - August 13
Davis, Matthew U. Queensland July 31 - August 20
d'Incao, Jose Kansas State U. August 01 - August 13
Esry, Brett Kansas State U. July 31 - August 14
Giorgini, Stefano U. Colorado August 01 - August 17
Hammer, Hans-Werner U. Bonn July 30 - September 10
Holland, Murray U. Colorado July 31 - August 20
Kalas, Ryan Washington State U. August 01 - August 08
Liu, W. Vincent U. Pittsburgh July 31 - August 14
Mehta, Nirav U. Colorado July 31 - August 07
Prokofiev, Nikolay U. Massachusetts July 31 - August 10
Ramos, Rudnei State U. Rio de Janiero August 01 - August 13
Timmermans, Eddy LANL July 31 - August 07
Van Kolck, Bira U. Arizona July 31 - August 16
Vardi, Amichay Ben Gurion U. July 31 - August 14
Zhou, Fei U. British Columbia August 01 - August 19

This week's seminars


Monday, August 1, 2005
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower
11:00: Bira Van Kolck, U. of Arizona

Discussion on: "Similarities and differences between atomic and nuclear systems"

Tuesday, August 2, 2005
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower
11:00: Matthew Davis, U. Queensland

Seminar on: "Classical field techniques for finite temperature Bose gases"

Wednesday, August 3, 2005
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower
11:00: Eddy Timmermans, LANL

Discussion on: "Mediated interactions in BECs: impurities, etc."

Thursday, August 4, 2005
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower
11:00: Nikolay Prokofiev, U. Massachusetts

Seminar on: "Deconfined criticality, runaway flow to strong coupling in 3D scalar electrodynamics and weak I-order superfluid-solid quantum phase transitions"

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