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Quantum simulation with ultracold atoms

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The field of ultracold atoms has grown rapidly over the last two decades since the achievement of Bose Einstein condensation in 1995. I will give an brief introduction to ultracold atoms and how they can be used to study many-body condensed-matter physics problems. I will use three specific projects to illustrate this. (1) The shift of the Bose-Einstein transition temperature due to interactions. (2) The study of a non-equilibrium superheated Bose-Einstein condensate. (3) The first realisation of a homogeneous trap for ultracold atoms.

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