Oct 23 – 25, 2019
Aula Gerace
Europe/Rome timezone
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Condensation in 2D: from nonuniversal effects to bubble traps

Oct 25, 2019, 3:44 PM
Aula Gerace

Aula Gerace

Polo Fibonacci Edificio C Largo B. Pontecorvo, 3 56127 Pisa
poster Quantum Gases Posters and Coffee


Mr Andrea Tononi (Università di Padova)


Functional integration of a nonrelativistic scalar field is an elegant formulation of
Quantum Field Theory to study the Thermodynamics of Bose-Einstein condensates,
made with dilute ultracold atomic gases.
In a beyond mean field approach one can derive the static and dynamical properties
of a condensate confined in different geometries and with D-spatial dimensions.
In particular, we have applied this method recently to calculate the condensate fraction
and the superfluid one of a dilute Bose-Einstein condensate in three and in two dimensions.
In another work, we have studied the condensation of an interacting Bose gas
confined on a thin spherical shell, a work triggered by the forthcoming experiments
with bubble traps in microgravity settings.

Primary authors

Mr Andrea Tononi (Università di Padova) Prof. Luca Salasnich (Università di Padova) Dr Alberto Cappellaro (Università di Padova)

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