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JQI at the 2013 AAAS Annual Meeting

AAAS Figure 1

From Left to Right in foreground: Gretchen Campbell (JQI), Daniel Greif (ETH, Zurich), Charles Clark, and Ana Maria Rey (University of Colorado).

AAAS Figure 2

The AAAS Annual Meeting draws an unusually diverse set of attendees. For example, the third row from the front on the right is occupied by a group of students from Sevenoaks School in England, who would be high-school students in the USA. Sevenoaks and Oundle Schools - and perhaps others in England - regularly send about 50 students to attend the AAAS Annual Meeting, to get the experience of hanging out with scientists for a few days. In the center of the picture, Phillip Schewe (JQI) questions the speaker, Marcus Greiner (Harvard).

AAAS Figure 3

From Left to Right: Michael Brunger (Flinders University), Eric Hessels (York University), Masaki Hori (Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics), David Cassidy (University of California Riverside and University College London) Eun-Suk Seo (University of Maryland), Michael Charlton (Swansea University) and Charles Clark.

JQI co-director Charles Clark organized not one but two sessions at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), February 14-18, 2013 in Boston. The first two photos above come from a session devoted to ultracold atoms. The third picture is associated with a session about anti-atoms and anti-molecules.