Superfluid 3He Far from Equilibrium.
Funded Value: 1,152,056
Funded Period: Jul 17 - Jun 22
Project Status: Active
Project Category: Fellowship
Project Reference: EP/P024203/1
Coherent condensates (or superfluids) are the simplest "complex" systems that we have, in that the condensate is governed by just one global wave function describing the whole macroscopic ensemble. This simplicity makes them ideal playgrounds for studying and testing ideas that cover a vast range of apparently unrelated physical systems from the subnuclear to the cosmological. Of interest here, superfluids are absolutely ideal for studying systems far from equilibrium and also host an abundance of emergent phenomena. Coherent condensates (or at least those to which we have experimental access) are fragile objects only existing at very low temperatures. Almost uniquely that means that we can study them over the whole range of conditions from the virtually zero-entropy zero-temperature quiescent state all the way through to the regime where we have the complete destruction of the coherence. Producing and studying the simplest forms of states far from equilibrium is essential for creating falsifiable theories and reliable numerical models. By understanding the simplest states we can progress to the understanding of more complex phenomena, adjusting the theoretical models with the firm knowledge that they do work in simpler situations.
Project completion date : 2022-12-31 12:00:00
Major organization : LANCASTER UNIVERSITY
Address : Bailrigg, Lancaster LA1 4YW
Country :United Kingdom
Url : www.lancaster.ac.uk
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