Cooled to nanokelvin temperatures, gases may become superfluid and lose all resistance to flow. These exotic phases of matter – known as quantum gases – open windows into the quantum world, enabling direct observations on macroscopic length scales in highly-controllable settings.

Our research focuses on theoretically modeling ultracold quantum gases and investigating their incredibly rich phenomena. Our interests include quantized vortices; magnetic fluids; dilute self-bound droplets; and supersolids – paradoxical materials that simultaneously behave as a superfluid and a solid.

This group is part of the Center for Ultracold Atoms and Quantum Gases. The center is also composed of the Ferlaino, Grimm and Nägerl groups at the University of Innsbruck and the Austrian Academy of Sciences.


Principal Investigator: Russell Bisset



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