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Bar-Ilan Meeting on
  
CHAOS: THEORY AND EXPERIMENT

March 30, 2008
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The Meeting's scope is to present and discuss recent theoretical and/or experimental works concerning chaotic systems, mainly paradigmatic model systems of quantum chaos. This will include verifications of theoretical predictions in experimental realizations of the latter models by atom-optics techniques, theoretical explanations of experimental results, and suggestions for new experiments and theories. Experimentally realized phenomena such as quantum resonance, quantum accelerator modes, and quantum-ratchet effects allow to control/manipulate the quantum motion of cold atoms or Bose-Einstein condensates in a variety of different new ways.

Organizer: Itzhack Dana (Department of Physics, Bar-Ilan University)






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