Research Interests


Conferences and Talks

Useful Links




Useful Links


My current interest is to study aspects of the non-equilibrium dynamics in Bose-Einstein condensates (BEC). These condensates are formed by confining atoms in magnetic traps and cooling them down to temperatures of order of fraction of microkelvins.

Bose-Einstein condensation is a fascinating and timely subject in atomic and condensed matter physics with very exciting recent experimental developments. Because of its importance it was decided to award the 2001 Nobel prize in physics to the experimental group who first observed this phenomenon in 1995. Some of the applications of BEC are atom lasers, with wide applications in nonlinear optics and atom interferometry and precision measurements of fundamental constants.

Here are some of useful links in BEC:

The Bose-Einstein Condensation (BEC) Homepage at Georgia Southern University (GSU)

BEC Online Bibliography

BEC News and Reviews

BEC Seminars and Conferences

BEC at Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics (JILA), University of Colorado


Another topic that I am interested in is High Energy Physics. Here are some useful links in this field:   (High Energy Physics Information Center) (The Particle Adventure) (Particle Physics in the UK)   (Particle Data Group home page)


The following are the home pages of the major particle physics laboratories around the world: (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory) (Brookhaven National Laboratory) (Stanford Linear Accelerator Laboratory) (The European Particle Physics Laboratory)


The following web sites are useful for bibliographic searches: (SPIRES bibliographic database) (Los Alamos National Laboratory)




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