Title: Feshbach resonances in ultracold atoms:
what and where are they?
Tobias Tiecke - April 07 2008
Experiments with ultracold gases have become very popular testbeds to study quantum mechanical effects. The popularity is mainly due to the large degree of tunability of the properties of these gases. One of the most widely used features are the so-called Feshbach resonances. We have developed a simple model to predict where these resonances occur.
In my talk I will give an introduction of Feshbach resonances and discuss our contribution to the theory.