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Impact of 100 years of Quantum Fluids: Present and Future Directions

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00:00 3 Jul 2008 – 00:00 4 Jul 2008
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Lancaster University, Lancaster

This one-day meeting acknowledges the centenary of the liquefaction of helium.
The liquefaction of helium has revolutionised physics, and the impact of the availability of quantum liquids is difficult to overstate. We have discovered new coherent states of matter: superconductivity, superfluidity, and Bose-Einstein and Fermionic condensates in cold gases. It has brought to existence the huge range of quantum phenomena observed in a variety of systems: crystallization waves, quantum turbulence, quantum criticalities and quantum computing. Today advances in cryogenic technology permit us to carry out research just a glimpse away from the absolute zero of temperature. The conference will host talks on the current frontiers and future visions of low temperature science and technology.

Event type: Conference
Organised by: Institute of Physics Low Temperature Group

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Lancaster University, Lancaster
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00:00 3 Jul 2008 – 00:00 4 Jul 2008
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