Decades of intense theoretical research established the near threshold bound few-body
complexes as a universal paradigm in quantum mechanical systems exhibiting low-energy
collisional resonances. Fine tuning of collisional properties is highlighted in breaking the
continuous scale invariance of the two-body system when the third particle is injected in
the game. The famous Efimov effect underlies the three-body correlations in this limit and
provides a beautiful example of discrete scale invariance in nature.
The aim of this symposium is to meet different communities that are at the forefront of the
few-body physics related research and to initiate a fruitful cross-platform dialog.

The topics of the symposium are focused on (but not limited to):

  • Coherent manipulation of few-body states in ultracold atoms
  • Ultracold systems at unitarity, few- to many-body transition
  • Weakly bound He clusters and their coherent manipulation
  • Collisional resonances in atom-ion mixtures and simple molecules
  • New experimental platforms
  • New challenges in few-body theory

Organizing committee

  • Roee Ozeri
    Weizmann Institute of Science
  • Lev Khaykovich
    Bar-Ilan University
  • Reinhard Dörner
  • Maksim Kunitski
  • Tobias Schaetz
  • Sponsors

  • The Chorafas Institute for Scientific Exchange

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