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March Meeting 2012

March APS meeting devoted to quantum simulations. From left to right: Invited speakers Ian Spielman (JQI) and Rainer Blatt (IQOQI, Innsbruck), and session moderator Marcus Greiner (CUA-Harvard). JQI scientist Mohammad Hafezi also delivered an invited talk at this session. Photo Credit: Phillip F. Schewe

March APS meeting devoted to quantum simulations. From left to right: Invited speakers Ian Spielman (JQI) and Rainer Blatt (IQOQI, Innsbruck), and session moderator Marcus Greiner (CUA-Harvard). JQI scientist Mohammad Hafezi also delivered an invited talk at this session. Photo Credit: Phillip F. Schewe

March Meeting 2012 will be held in Boston, Massachusetts from Feb. 27-Mar. 2. This is the largest physics meeting in the world. Many from JQI will attend, giving a total of 30 research presentations, which primarily focus on quantum aspects of condensed matter research. JQI Fellow and Nobel Laureate Bill Phillips will give a talk titled “Ultracold, trapped atomic gases as material systems,” during the Kavli Foundation Special Session on “Emergent Physics at the Mesoscale.” 

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