New Forms of Matter Near Absolute Zero Temperature



Lecture presented by: Prof. Wolfgang Ketterle
Date: February 24, 2016
Location: Cety's University, Mexicali, Mexico

Why do physicists freeze matter to extremely low temperatures?  Why is it worthwhile to cool to temperatures which are a billion times lower than that of interstellar space?


Prof. Wolfgang Ketterle has been the John D. MacArthur professor of physics at MIT since 1998. He leads a research group exploring new forms of matter of ultracold atoms, in particular novel aspects of superfluidity, coherence, and correlations in many-body systems.



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