Welcome to the ultracold atomic and molecular physics group in the Department of Physics and the James Franck Institute, at the University of Chicago. Here you will find a new and active research team exploring the quantum world at the lowest temperatures scientists can achieve, nearly a billionth of a degree Kelvin above absolute zero. Few sample images are shown in our Ultracold gallery. If you are interested in our research program or have any questions, please drop me a line, cchin @ uchicago.edu.
10/05/2015: Our paper on optical Feshbach resonance has been published on PRL and hit the Viewpoint on APS.
Universal space-time scaling symmetry in the dynamics of bosons across a quantum phase transition
Logan W. Clark, Lei Feng, Cheng Chin
Universal Loss Dynamics in a Unitary Bose Gas
Ulrich Eismann, Lev Khaykovich, Sébastien Laurent, Igor Ferrier-Barbut, Benno S. Rem, Andrew T. Grier, Marion Delahaie, Frédéric Chevy, Christophe Salomon, Li-Chung Ha, and Cheng Chin