Member Login | Mission Statement | Staff

Complex Fluids Workgroup Home
About Us
Contact Us
Member Login
Complex Fluids Links
Member Links
Become a Member
Job Openings
Workshops & Meetings

  

  

An atom is cooled by a standing-wave light field between two high-quality mirrors. Cavity cooling avoids the usual light scatter into the surroundings. Instead, the light leaking out of the mirrors is blue-shifted to a higher frequency (image credit: Pepijn Pinkse Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics)
Artist's impression of an atom cooling device
NECF Meeting Abstracts


76th New England Complex Fluids Meeting
Brandeis University | Friday, September 21, 2018
Registration deadline: Wednesday, September 19, 2018
agenda | directions | maps | flyer
abstract list | register





Log in if you would like to submit an abstract for this meeting.



Abstracts for Invited Talks and Sound Bites:

Invited Talks

Sound Bites

1. Hoppe Mezian; Robert Graham

SEAS
"Test Talk"
TBD
Keywords: 

top of page

  

© 2018 New England Complex Fluids Workgroup