East Bay Science Cafe - How to make a topological quantum fluid

Presentation | October 11 | 7-8:30 p.m. |  Cafe Leila

 1724 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley, CA 94702

 Kayleigh Cassella, Department of Physics

 Science@Cal

Since the mid-90s, scientists have been cooling atoms to temperatures lower than that of any other system in the known Universe. These quantum fluids are new materials in which questions from many realms of science, like quantum information and superconductivity, can be studied experimentally. Faced with the short-comings of atoms that have already been made into such a quantum fluid, we have set out to create a system with a yet untamed element of the periodic table, titanium. Come learn why, how and progress towards a topological quantum fluids of titanium.

East Bay Science Cafe is back in a new location! Join us at Cafe Leila on San Pablo Avenue for an evening of science, conversation, and community. Cafe Leila specializes in fresh California Cuisine and artisanal tea drinks.

BYOB (wine and beer) is welcome with purchase of menu item.

 All Audiences

 All Audiences

 Food and Drinks available for purchase

 scienceatcal@berkeley.edu