Public Lecture
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
5:30 – 6:30 P.M.
Webster Physical Sciences Building, Room 16

Experiments with ultracold gases are among the coldest in the world. Hear from one of the leading experts how Bose-Einstein condensates affect quantum mechanics, superconductivity, and how atoms behave when cooled to near absolute zero.A reception with Dr. Jin will follow the lecture.

Presented with support from ADVANCE at WSU, and the Stephenson Lectureship fund, and the Department of Physics and Astronomy.