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Center for Ultracold Atoms
The Center for Ultracold Atoms (CUA) is a collaborative research laboratory between MIT and Harvard University.
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The core research program in the CUA consists of four collaborative experimental projects whose goals are to provide new sources of ultracold atoms and quantum gases, and new types of atom-wave devices. These projects will enable new research on topics such as quantum fluids, atom/photon optics, coherence, spectroscopy, ultracold collisions, and quantum devices. In addition, the CUA has a theoretical program centered on themes of quantum optics, many-body physics, wave physics, and atomic structure and interactions.
The Director of the CUA is Daniel Kleppner from MIT and the Associate Director is John M. Doyle from Harvard.
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