Scientific Center in Paris, Polish Academy of Sciences
74, rue Lauriston – 75116 Paris
The event 'Polish-French Symposium II: Advances in Ultracold Matter Physics' will be held from 31 May to 2 June 2023 at the Scientific Station of Polish Academy of Sciences (PAS) in Paris.
This is the second edition of the symposium, organised by the Scientific Station PAS in Paris, the Center for Theoretical Physics PAS and the Institute of Physics PAS.
The topics include recent theoretical and experimental results in the field of ultracold matter, such as many-body effects and entanglement in ultracold gases, quantum droplets and statistical properties of ultracold gases.
The conference is open to 80 participants.
Some scientific sessions will be dedicated to Prof Kazimierz Rzążewski on the occasion of his 80th birthday.
A physicist working on quantum optics and ultracold atoms. Specialists in the research on statistical properties of Bose-Einstein condensate. A long-time employee and former director of the Center for Theoretical Physics PAS. For his scientific achievements awarded, among others, the Humboldt Foundation Prize, the Prize of the Foundation for Polish Science (the so-called "Polish Nobel"), the Galileo Medal and the honorary doctorate of the University of Stuttgart in Germany.
Main organizer:Magdalena Sajdak
Centre Scientifique Académie Polonaise des Sciences
Members of the Organizing Committee
Center for Theoretical Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Institute of Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences