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Probing and Manipulating Ultracold Fermi Superfluids
Ultracold Fermi gas is an exciting field benefiting from atomic physics, optical physics and condensed matter physics. It covers many aspects of quantum mechanics. Here I introduce some of my work during my graduate study. ...
Trapping and evaporation of strontium-87 and strontium-88 mixtures
This thesis describes trapping and evaporative cooling of ultracold 87Sr and 88Sr mixtures in an optical dipole trap to produce the first Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) of 88Sr. Furthermore, this work presents thermalization ...
Millimeter wave transmission spectroscopy of two-dimensional electron and hole systems
In order to explore how electrons and holes in 2D semiconductors behave at 3He temperatures under millimeter wave irradiation, we developed a new probe and measurement technique. Our samples are specially grown high-mobility ...
Transport properties of a Bose-Einstein condensate with tunable interactions in the presence of a disordered or single defect potential
Bose-Einstein condensates (BECs) have proven to be remarkable systems with which to study some of the foundational models of condensed matter physics. The observation of a critical velocity for the breakdown of superfluidity ...