Quantum Many-body Physics with Polar Molecules workshop,
Durham University, 4-6 December 2017.

Lectures

Dr Jordi Mur-Petit, Introduction to quantum magnetism models
Dr Andy Martin, Mean field
Dr Jordi Mur-Petit, Overview of quantum phases in polar systems

 

Kick-off meeting,
Durham University, 20-21 September 2017.

The First Annual Meeting for the programme was held in Durham in September 2017, with participants from Imperial College London, Oxford University and Durham University.
The programme can be found here and links to the presentations can be found below.

Presentations

Coherent control of ultracold polar RbCs molecules in an optical trap
Philip Gregory

Making and controlling ultracold CaF molecules
Noah Fitch and Luke Caldwell

Production of ultracold Cs*Yb molecules
Alex Gutteridge

Interfacing molecules with waveguides and cavities
Alex Clark

Finding Patterns
Geraldine Cox

Collisions, interactions, and bound states of cold and ultracold atoms and molecules
Matthew Frye

Dipolar physics in lattices: simulating quantum magnetism and exotic quantum phases with heteronuclear molecules
Jordi Mur-Petit

Trapping single molecules in optical tweezers
Ana Rakonjac and Sarunas Jurgilas

Understanding ultracold molecular collisions
Elizabeth Bridge

Modelling the CaF molasses and MOT using optical Bloch equations
Jack Devlin