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Many-body physics with ultracold atoms and molecules
Alan Jamison (MIT)

ABC Physics (Atomic/Bio/Condensed Matter) Seminar

Date: Thursday, October 13, 2016 12:30 PM
Location: PAT C-520

Abstract

I will first discuss our recent direct detection of the supersolid stripe phase. Confining a BEC in a superlattice, we realize a spin-orbit coupled system. The weak inter-spin interactions of our system allow formation of the supersolid, which we detect through Bragg scattering. Next, I will discuss our studies of the molecular structure of NaLi molecules. We completely characterize multiple never-before-seen potentials in this model molecule. Finally, I will report on our progress toward ultracold dipolar molecules for quantum simulation and ultracold chemistry.​