We are an experimental ultracold atomic physics group in the Physics department at the University of Washington, Seattle. Through the orchestrated use of lasers, electronics, and ultra-high vacuum technology, we cool atomic gases to temperatures very near absolute zero (nanoKelvins), and then precisely manipulate them with lasers and magnetic fields for fundamental studies in quantum physics. We use quantum degenerate bosonic and fermionic gases of lithium and ytterbium to explore a wide range of quantum mechanical phenomena. Our research interests include strongly-interacting fermionic systems, few-body physics, ultracold molecules, superfluid dynamics, quantum transport, atomic interferometry, quantum metrology.
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Gupta Group Updates
Recent research news: Alaina's paper is published in Physical Review X!