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1728 Nov 2014
Buea, South West region, Cameroon
M. Kiselev, J. Niemela, M. Maaza, A. M. Dikande (Local organizer)
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Dr. M. Alain Dikande
Department of Physics, Faculty of Science
University of Buea


Cooperative Phenomena in Condensed Matter: from BEC to Quantum Optics

The main objective of the School is to broaden and deepen, through a series of advanced lectures given by well recognized experts in these fields, the (i.e. analytical and numerical) background knowledge of young researchers, early-career scientists, PhD students as well as interested senior scientists, in the general areas of quantum many-body Physics with emphasis on the various possible manifestations of cooperative phenomena in ultracold bosonic and fermionic systems predicted by existing concepts. The school will also provide perspectives of the latest research, new frontier trends and their technological implications. African participants will be strongly encouraged to present posters of their ongoing research, through this format we expect to encourage interactions among participants and also to favor networks of collaborative research on multidisciplinary topics.