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ULT 2008: Frontiers of Low Temperature Physics

August 13th - 17th 2008 

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The aim of this conference was to discuss new physics in condensed matter systems at temperatures below 1K, to identify new research directions, and to discuss technical challenges and innovations. The conference was intended to bring together a broad community of workers, spanning the field, to forge links between different experimental communities as well as between experimentalists and theorists.

The conference began with a series of talks given by young researchers in the field, followed by session where the emphasis was on workshops and discussion (with discussion leaders), underpinned by authoritative overviews from leaders in the field.

ULT2008 Sponsors

 EPSRC Oxford Instruments 
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Conference Topics:

  • Quantum fluids and solids
  • Quantum matter under extreme conditions (pressure, temperature, magnetic field, size)
  • Quantum phase transitions and quantum criticality
  • Helium as a model system (superfluid 3He and disorder, helium and cosmology, strong correlations, quantum magnetism)
  • Supersolids
  • Glasses
  • Nuclear magnetism
  • Quantum turbulence
  • Nanoelectronics and nanomechanical systems at low temperatures
  • New cooling technologies (cryogen free, cryocoolers, on-chip refrigeration)
  • Combining ULT with other technologies (uhv, scanning probes, neutron scattering, synchrotron x-ray scattering, microwaves)

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