Opportunities and Challenges in Few-Body Physics: Unitarity and Beyond
May 23, 2022 – May 26, 2022
Apr 24, 2022.
Daily refreshment breaks, lunches and two Special Events Dinners.
Registration Fee: $330
Fee Due: Apr 24, 2022
Late Registration Fee: $380
Conference begins (with registration):
May 23, 2022 at 08:50 am
Coordinators: Doerte Blume, Olivier Dulieu, Chris Greene, and Alejandro Kievsky
This conference will bring together a diverse set of scientists interested in the broad topic of few-body physics, providing a snapshot of the current status of few-body physics near unitarity, where the two-body scattering length is the largest length scale in the problem. Successes and open challenges in the area of atomic and nuclear physics, which are–despite the vastly different length and energy scales–intimately linked through, e.g., the three-body Efimov effect, will be highlighted. A major objective is to provide a platform for cross-fertilization between theory and experiment as well as between different research areas (such as nuclear, atomic, molecular, condensed matter, high-energy, and mathematical physics), with universality and its implied organizing principles as a unifying connection.