QM Talks@CBPF: Alex Bouvrie — 29.03, 16h00Posted: March 24, 2017
We resume our series of seminars with a talk by Alex Bouvrie, a postdoc here in the qig@cbpf. Indeed, Alex has just being awarded a new postdoc fellowship (PCI), which will allow him to stay a little longer with us. Luckly for us!
This time he’ll tell us about his latest results on composite fermions, and how the entanglement between them explains some features of experiments producing Bose-Einstein condensates with fermions… got confused? Check out the details of his talk below, and see you there!
Title: Quantum information in ultracold interacting Fermi gases
Speaker: Alex Bouvrie (CBPF)
Coordinates: room 601D, CBPF. 29.03, 16h00
Abstract: Recently the quantum information group of the CBPF showed that the application of the composite bosons theory  to ultracold interacting Fermi gases is remarkable [2,3]. The effects of the underlying fermionic structure of composite bosons (molecules made from two fermions) formed in two-component Fermi gases…
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