New trends in atomic quantum gases and memorial Lev Pitaevskii

New trends in atomic quantum gases and memorial Lev Pitaevskii

30 Mag 2023 > 31 Mag 2023
New trends in atomic quantum gases and memorial Lev Pitaevskii
The workshop, devoted in the morning of 30 May to the memory of Lev Pitaevskii, is organized in a series of invited oral and poster contributions. The goal of the workshop is to put together experimental and theoretical physicists working in Italian laboratories on different aspects of atomic quantum gases in order to favor a constructive exchange of ideas and possiblly identify future scientific strategies at the Italian and European level.

Comitato organizzatore: Franco DALFOVO (Università di Trento), Carlo DI CASTRO (Linceo, Sapienza Università di Roma), Rosario FAZIO (Linceo, ICTP Trieste), Stefano GIORGINI (Università di Trento), Massimo INGUSCIO (Linceo, Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma, coordinatore), Giovanni MODUGNO (Università di Firenze), Francesco PEGORARO (Linceo, Università di Pisa), Sandro STRINGARI (Linceo, Università di Trento, coordinatore).

Martedì 30 maggio
9.30 Indirizzi di saluto
Giorgio PARISI (Linceo, Vicepresidente dell’Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei)
Massimo INGUSCIO (Linceo, Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma)
Sandro STRINGARI (Linceo, Università di Trento)
Memorial Lev Pitaevskii
Chair: Massimo INGUSCIO (Linceo, Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma)
9.45 Michael LIBERMAN (University of Stockholm): Lev Pitaevskii at the Kapitza Institute for Physical Problems
10.15 Sandro STRINGARI (Linceo, Università di Trento): Lev Pitaevskii at the Trento BEC Center
10.45 Memories of Lev Pitaevskii
11.00 Intervallo
11.30 Gordon BAYM (University of Urbana): Lev Pitaevskii and superfluidity, over the years
12.00 Wolfgang KETTERLE (MIT, Boston): Ultracold atoms: from superfluidity to strongly interacting quantum systems
13.00 Intervallo
I Session: Workshop on Quantum Gases
Chair: Carlo DI CASTRO (Linceo, Sapienza Università di Roma)
14.30 Giovanni MODUGNO (Università di Firenze): Exploring the unconventional properties of the supersolid phase of matter with a quantum gas
15.00 Alessio RECATI (CNR - Trento): Supersolid phases in ultra-cold dipolar gases
15.30 Intervallo
II Session: Workshop on Quantum Gases
Chair: Giancarlo CALVANESE STRINATI (Università di Camerino)
16.00 Gabriele FERRARI (Università di Trento): Ferromagnetism in an extended coherently-coupled atomic superfluid
16.30 Giacomo ROATI (LENS - Firenze): Engineering vortex matter in strongly correlated superfluids
17.00 Roberta CITRO (Università di Salerno): Dipolar physics in quasi-one-dimension: From the gas, to the liquid and droplet formation
17.30 Poster Session

Mercoledì 31 maggio
III Session: Workshop on Quantum Gases
Chair: Ennio ARIMONDO (Università di Pisa)
9.00 Antoine BROWAEYS (CNRS-Paris): Exploring many-body problems with «few» individual atoms
9.45 Simone MONTANGERO (Università di Padova): Tensor network algorithms for high-dimensional many-body quantum systems
10.15 Philippe HAUKE (Università di Trento): Cold atoms from quantum simulation of gauge theories to the Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev model
10.45 Intervallo
IV Session: Workshop on Quantum Gases
Chair: Maria Luisa CHIOFALO (Università di Pisa)
11.15 Carlo SIAS (LENS - Firenze): Orientational melting and coherent control of a twodimensional ensemble of charged particles
11.45 Augusto SMERZI (CNR - Firenze): When quantum precision measurements meet off-diagonal long-range order: the tale of a statistical speed
12.30 Intervallo
V Session: Workshop on Quantum Gases
Chair: Rosario FAZIO (ICTP-Trieste)
14.00 Leonardo FALLANI (LENS - Firenze): Strongly interacting lattice fermions: flavour-dependent Mott localization and universal Hall response
14.30 Andrea TROMBETTONI (Università di Trieste): Off-Diagonal Long-Range Order in Low-Dimensional Quantum Systems
15.00 Marcello DALMONTE (ICTP Trieste): Data mining quantum simulators: from Kolmogorov complexity to cross-platform certification
15.30 Intervallo
Chair: Francesco Saverio CATALIOTTI (LENS -Firenze) and Tommaso CALARCO (Università di Bologna)
16.00 Final discussions and future actions

Esposizione poster
Luca BARBIERO (Politecnico di Torino): Long-range interaction and geometrical frustration in engineered synthetic quantum matter
Alessia BURCHIANTI (LENS-Firenze): Exploring multi-component superfluids: the KRb experiment
Massimo CAPONE (SISSA-Trieste): Strong Correlation Physics in multi-component fermi gases: Selective Mott physics and enhanced chiral currents
Filippo CARUSO (Università di Firenze): Machine-learning algorithms for neutral atom quantum computing
Iacopo CARUSOTTO (CNR- Trento): Quantum superfluids of atoms and of light as analog models of gravity: a fruitful synergy of gravity and quantum optics
Serena CENATIEMPO (GSSI-L’Aquila): Low temperature Bose gases in the Gross-Pitaevskii regime
Luca DELL’ANNA (Università di Padova): Topological order and dynamics in long-range systems
Marco FATTORI (LENS - Firenze): Atom interferometry using Bose Einstein condensates with tunable interactions trapped in Beat-Note Superlattices
Davide GALLI (Università di Milano): New trends in neural network quantum states description of unitary dynamics
Stefano GIORGINI (Università di Trento): Study of Bose mixtures using path-integral Monte-Carlo methods
Giovanni MARTONE (CNR - Lecce): Broken symmetries and Goldstone modes of a spin-orbit-coupled Bose gas
Arianna MONTORSI (Politecnico di Torino): Brane orders in optical lattices
Oliver MORSCH (Università di Pisa): Measuring and controlling blackbody radiation-induced transitions in Rydberg atoms
Pierbiagio PIERI (Università di Bologna): FFLO correlations in polarized ultracold Fermi gases
Sebastiano PILATI (Università di Camerino): Deep learning techniques for quantum systems
Davide ROSSINI (Università di Pisa): Controlled flow of excitations in a ring-shaped network of Rydberg atoms
Francesco SCAZZA (Università di Trieste): A new ultracold ytterbium experiment for single-atom resolved many-body physics
Matteo ZACCANTI (LENS - Firenze): Ultracold lithium-chromium Fermi mixtures with resonant interactions

Il convegno è organizzato con il contributo del Dipartimento di Fisica dell’Università di Trento e dell’Università di Firenze (ADD LOGOS)