KITP Program: Living Near Unitarity
(May 9 - Jun 17, 2022)
Coordinators: Olivier Dulieu, Chris Greene, Alejandro Kievsky, and Daniel Phillips

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Time Speaker Title
5/09, 10:30am Dean Lee
Michigan State University/Facility for Rare Isotope Beams
Few- and Many-Body Systems near Unitarity[Slides][Video][CC]
5/10, 10:30am Doerte Blume
University of Oklahoma
Small atomic quantum systems with large s-wave scattering length[Slides][Video][CC]
5/11, 1:30pm All Participants Discussion: Efimov trimers & tetramers in different settings
5/12, 10:30am Pascal Naidon
Few- and many-body physics of two-component systems[Slides][Video][CC]
5/13, 1:30pm Tobias Frederico
Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica
Discussion: Correlations in many-body systems induced by universal few-body systems
5/16, 10:30am Giuseppina Orlandini
Univ. of Trento
Exploring universality with a many-body energy density functional[Slides][Video][CC]
5/16, 11:30am Winfried Leidemann
Univ. of Trento
Resonances in Few-Particle Systems[Slides][Video][CC]
5/17, 10:30am Raul Briceno
Old Dominion Univ.
Few-body hadronic resonances in lattice QCD[Slides][Video][CC]
5/18, 1:30pm Paul Julienne
Discussion: Molecular interactions and reactions for diatomics and triatomics[Slides]
5/19, 10:30am Peter Schmelcher
Correlation effects in the nonequilibrium quantum dynamics of trapped finite atomic mixtures[Video][CC]
5/19, 11:30am Simeon Mistakidis
Correlated dynamics of polaronic excitations, magnetic properties and quantum droplets[Video][CC]
5/20, 1:30pm Nathan Harshman (American University)
Michael Higgins (Purdue University)
Chris Greene (Purdue University)
Discussion: (1) Reduced dimensions; (2) Efimov physics for identical fermions
5/23-26 Conference: Opportunities and Challenges in Few-Body Physics: Unitarity and Beyond
5/27, 9:30am All Participants Discussion: led by Alejandro Kievsky and Chris Greene, Tetraneutron and other controversial subjects
5/31, 10:30am Jaume Carbonell
IPN Orsay
Ultra low-energy scattering of protons from the hydrogen atom[Slides][Video][CC]
5/31, 11:30am Rimas Lazauskas
IPHC Strasbourg
Low-energy antiproton scattering on the simplest atoms and nuclei[Video][CC]
6/01, 1:30pm Alejandro Saenz
Humboldt University, Berlin
Resonances in few-body systems: examples from trapped ultracold atoms, beta decay, and matter-antimatter systems[Video][CC]
6/02, 10:30am Pierre Capel
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
A few-body treatment of reactions on halo nuclei[Slides][Video]
6/02, 1:30pm Alejandro Kievsky
University of Pisa
Discussion: moving outside the window of universality
6/03, 2:00pm Doerte Blume
Few-Body Universality: What Do We Mean by this and Why Do We Care?[Video]
KITP Blackboard Lunch
6/06, 10:30am Sebastian Koenig
North Carolina State University
Few-nucleon systems expanded around unitarity[Slides][Video][CC]
6/06, 11:30am Lorenzo Contessi
IJC Lab, Orsay
Many-fermion systems around unitarity[Slides][Video][CC]
6/07, 10:30am Hans-Werner Hammer
Technical University, Darmstadt
Unparticle physics and universality[Video][CC]
6/08, 1:30pm Harald Griesshammer
George Washington University
Discussion: how close is nuclear physics to the unitarity limit?
6/09, 10:30am Jan-Michael Rost
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden
Probing the ionization threshold by ambient matter of increasing density[Video][CC]
6/09, 11:30am Jan-Michael Rost
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden
The thermodynamic limit of the hydrogen atom: can a Rydberg electron undergo Anderson localization ?
6/10, 1:30pm Alejandro Saenz
Humboldt University, Berlin
6/13, 10:30am Daniel Odell
Ohio University
Effective Theories for van der Waals Systems[Slides][Video][CC]
6/13, 11:30am Victor Colussi
INO-CNR BEC Center and Dipartimento di Fisica, Universita di Trento
Three-body collisions of ultracold atoms: From van der Waals universality to quantum droplets[Slides][Video][CC]
6/14, 10:30am Qingze Guan
University of Oklahoma
Two- and Three-Body Systems with Synthetic Spin-Orbit Coupling[Slides][Video][CC]
6/14, 11:30am Colm Whelan
Old Dominion University
Competing few body effects in electron and positron impact ionization[Video][CC]
6/15, 1:30pm Daniel Phillips
Ohio University
Informal Discussion
6/16, 10:30am Guillaume Hupin
IJC Lab, Orsay
Precision calculations for nuclear reactions: selected examples[Video][CC]
6/16, 11:30am Chloe Hebborn
Facility for Rare Isotope Beams and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
From ab initio to few-body description of reactions involving loosely-bound nuclei[Video][CC]
6/17, 1:30pm All Participants Informal Discussion
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