Dear Visitor,

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.

Conference

MCAW2016

2016 Midwestern Cold Atom Workshop will be held at the University of Chicago on October 28 and 29, 2016. The workshop will offer tutorials for young students interested in cold atom research on October 28 afternoon, and invited talks+poster session on October 29.

ARO/AFOSR MURI

ARO/AFOSR MURI base period review meeting will be held at the University of Chicago from September 26 to 28, 2016.

Research news

10/05/2015: Our paper on optical Feshbach resonance has been published on PRL and hit the Viewpoint on APS.

Recent publications

Universal space-time scaling symmetry in the dynamics of bosons across a quantum phase transition

Logan W. Clark, Lei Feng, Cheng Chin

arXiv:1605.01023 (2016)

 

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

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