CUA research focuses on research at the frontiers of ultracold science including the nature of high-temperature superconductors, the origin of quantum magnetism, and the nature of entanglement and correlations in few-particles systems. The research exploits the growing power of controlling bosonic and fermionic fluids of ultracold atoms, and single atoms and photons. These techniques are applied to problems of central interest in condensed matter physics, and quantum information science. The research program is organized about two major themes: Strongly correlated states of ultracold atoms, and Quantum state control of atoms and photons.

Research Overview

Research overviews of research areas.

Research Highlights

Research highlights feature major accomplishments of CUA researchers. They are written for a general audience.

Research Reports

Research reports are summaries of recently published or about to be published articles of research. They are written for physicists.

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