Wolfgang Ketterle and ultra-cold atomic physics – FLEET Public Lecture

Wolfgang Ketterle and ultra-cold atomic physics – FLEET Public Lecture



Nobel physics laureate Prof Wolfgang Ketterle (MIT) telling a crowd of around 200 at Swinburne University of Technology (Melbourne, Australia) about Bose-Einstein condensates (BECs), and other strange states of matter that exist at nano-Kelvin temperatures, which open a new door to the quantum world where particles behave as waves and ‘march in lockstep’.

The talk was co-presented by Swinburne University, FLEET (the ARC Centre of Excellence in Future Low-Energy Electronics Technologies) and the Victorian branch of the Australian Institute of Physics.

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3 thoughts on “Wolfgang Ketterle and ultra-cold atomic physics – FLEET Public Lecture

  1. Such an interesting lecture, thank you for sharing this good content online! Prof. Ketterle talks with so much passion and enthusiasm about his research work, it's really captivating and for someone like me who is not a physicist it was well understandable. The little "uppsi"s here and there were the most charming part though.

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