Leo Radzihovsky
Professor
Department of Physics
University of Colorado at Boulder
Boulder, CO 803090390
Phone: (303) 4925436
Fax: (303) 4922998
Email: radzihov@colorado.edu
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Eprint arXiv
APS journals
Song by Jonathan Mann, based on my paper
with Dan Sheehy, titled
"Quantum Decoupling Transition in a OneDimensional FeshbachResonant Superfluid",
PRL, 2005
Announcements:
Boulder
School in Condensed Matter and Materials Physics
Degenerate Atomic Gases
Liquid Crystals and Other 'Soft' Condensed Matter
Disordered Systems
Nonequilibrium Phenomena
Quantum Hall Effect
Superconductivity
Recent Talks

"BCSBEC crossover and superfluid transition in optical lattices"
NewSpin3 Conference, Mainz, Germany, 25 April, 2013.

"Liquid crystal cells with a "dirty" substrate"
MRSEC FLCMRC meeting,
12 January, 2012

"Lecture 1: overview"
"Lecture 2: Feshbach resonant scattering"
"Lecture 3: Feshbachresonant swave superfluidity"
"Lecture 4: Feshbachresonant imbalanced superfluidity"
"Lecture 5: Feshbachresonant pwave superfluidity"
lectures at Mysore, India, December 2010

"Superfluidity, supersolidity and phase transitions in pwave resonant Bose gas"
ICTP, Triest, July 2011

"Fluctuations and Stability of LarkinOvchinnikov States: Quantum Liquid
Crystals"
talk at NORDITA workshop "Supersolids
Liquids and Gases", August, 2010, Stockholm, Sweden

Boulder2008
"Resonant Atomic Gases" Lecture

"Strange Elasticity of Liquid Crystal Rubber: Critical Phase"
Publications
Courses

PHYS 4230
 Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics

PHYS 1230
 Light and Color (Spring 2014)

PHYS 4410
 Quantum Mechanics and Atomic Physics II

PHYS 2170
 Foundations of Modern Physics

PHYS 5250  Graduate
Quantum Mechanics  I

PHYS 5260  Graduate
Quantum Mechanics  II

PHYS 7440  Graduate
Condensed Matter Physics

PHYS 4340  Introduction
to Condensed Matter Physics

PHYS 1000
 Preparatory Physics (Classical Mechanics)

PHYS 1120 Honors
 Electricity and Magnetism

PHYS 1110 Honors
 Classical Mechanics

PHYS 2140  Methods
of Mathematical Physics

PHYS 7230  Graduate
Statistical Mechanics

PHYS 7240  Graduate
Advanced Statistical Mechanics
Education
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