Quark Gluon Plasmas Via Bose-Einstein Condensates

by Tommy on 29/05/2017

Here the very hot is unified with the very cold.


From cold Fermi fluids to the hot QGP, Marcus Bluhm and Thomas Schaefer, Presented by M. Bluhm at Critical Point and Onset of Deconfinement (CPOD) 2016 (24 May 2017)

Strongly coupled quantum fluids are found in different forms, including ultracold Fermi gases or tiny droplets of extremely hot Quark-Gluon Plasma. Although the systems differ in temperature by many orders of magnitude, they exhibit a similar almost inviscid fluid dynamical behavior. In this work, we summarize some of the recent theoretical developments toward better understanding this property in cold Fermi gases at and near unitarity.

When the universe cools, energy must be extracted.

And work must be done.

Life. It’s a gas.

Very exciting.


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