PHYS 514 - Modern Atomic Physics
|Modern Atomic Physics||PHYS514||A||61065||LEC||4||1230 - 1350||T R||276 Loomis Laboratory||Elizabeth Goldschmidt|
Rigorous survey of modern atomic, molecular, and optical physics, including a functional approach to theory and an overview of experimental techniques. Atomic structure, including fine and hyperfine structure, multi-electron atoms, and relativistic effects; interaction of single atoms with dynamic and static electromagnetic fields, ultra-cold collisions between atoms; laser cooling, evaporative cooling, and magnetic trapping; Paul and Penning traps; quantum degenerate gases; atom interferometry. Course Information: Prerequisite: PHYS 427, PHYS 436, and PHYS 487.