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Nonequilibrium quantum dynamics of many-body systems of ultracold atoms

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Dynamical experiments with strongly interacting many-body systems in low dimensional systems will be discussed. The emphasis will be on new insights that can be obtained from experiments with ultracold atoms. I will review recent experiment on the dynamical splitting of one dimensional condensates, which revealed such surprising phenomena as two regimes of decoherence and prethermalization. I will also discuss experiments with fermionic systems in the vicinity of the Feshbach resonance and questions that they raised regarding the competition of Stoner magnetism and dynamical pair formation, and RF spectroscopy in the strongly interacting regime

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