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Nonequilibrium processes in superfluid Fermi systems: atomic nuclei and quantum gases

Physics of cold atomic gases: superfluidity, thermodynamics, exotic phases, Bose-Einstein Condensation (BEC), physics of BEC-BCS crossover, dynamics of superfluid vortices, viscosity.

Physics of atomic nuclei: structure of atomic nuclei at extreme conditions: high angular momenta, exotic deformations, large mass numbers, large neutron to proton ratio.

Nuclear dynamics: fission & fusion, induced fission, low energy reactions.

Neutron stars: structure and stability issues, superfluid properties.

Concerning general theoretical issues related to quantum many body systems:

- Path Integral Monte Carlo approach to strongly correlated Fermi systems

- Density Functional Theory (static and time-dependent)

- Non-linear dynamics, chaotic motion, semiclassical methods,

- Non-equilibrium statistical mechanics (transport theory)

Computational tools: In order to address certain questions concerning strongly interacting quantum systems like atomic nuclei or quantum gases one needs (super)computers. We use both CPU machines which allow for a massively parallel computing, as well as those with hybrid architecture (CPUs + GPUs).