|Nazwa||Konwersatorium CFT PAN|
|Tytuł||Pauli Crystals – from prediction to observation|
Pauli exclusion principle belongs to a class of fundamental laws of quantum mechanics. It does not allow for two identical fermions to occupy the same quantum state. This principle plays a very important role in determining a structure of matter – from nucleons, nuclei, atoms, molecules, super- and semiconductors up to such exotic systems like white dwarfs and neutron stars. Pauli exclusion in a nonrelativistic theory leads to a fully antisymmetric wave-function of identical fermions. In turn, this particular kind of symmetry is responsible for a strong high-order correlations between particles which are present even if they do not interact. The correlations resulting from Pauli principle have unexpected geometrical implications – the particles are forced to arrange themselves in some characteristic patterns in space. This crystalline structures are coined Pauli Crystals, Epl 115, 20012 (2016).
|Czas||Środa, 27 maj 2020, godz. 12:30 CEST Zapraszamy na seminarium!2020-05-27 12:30:00|
Prof. Mariusz Gajda (INSTYTUT FIZYKI PAN)
|Lokalizacja||Seminarium w formie zdalnej.|
|Organizatorzy||Maciej Bilicki; Adam Sawicki; Krzysztof Pawłowski; Julius Serbenta;|