2014 **Abstract:** Atomic and molecular samples reduced to temperatures below one microkelvin, yet still in the gas phase, afford unprecedented energy resolution in probing and manipulating the interactions between their constituent particles. As a result of this resolution, atoms can be made to scatter resonantly on demand, through the precise control of a magnetic field. For simple atoms, such as alkalis, scattering resonances are extremely well characterized. However, ultracold physics is now poised to enter a new regime, whe…

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“…to cope with in real physical systems like, e.g., nuclei and molecules [38][39][40][41], so such a procedure is a requisite for their analysis [42,43]. It is applied to the spectra of irregular, fully connected microwave networks simulating quantum graphs with violated T invariance.…”

confidence: 99%

“…to cope with in real physical systems like, e.g., nuclei and molecules [38][39][40][41], so such a procedure is a requisite for their analysis [42,43]. It is applied to the spectra of irregular, fully connected microwave networks simulating quantum graphs with violated T invariance.…”

confidence: 99%

“…The systems we consider in this paper can also be probed by mapping out the momentum distributions. Some more recent proposals to probe chaotic dynamics involve both cold atoms, molecules and ions [34][35][36], and just a few months ago atoms with large magnetic dipole moments have shown experimental signs of chaotic behavior in their scattering dynamics [37].…”

confidence: 99%

“…Recently, level repulsion has been experimentally verified in disordered cyanine-dye-based molecular nanoaggregates [43]. In order to study the repulsion parameter β of spectral statistics, we fit the nearest neighbor spacing distribution to the phenomenological Brody distribution [44] which has been used succesfully for similar purposes in many areas related to localization in disordered systems or quantum chaos [45][46][47][48][49]:…”

confidence: 99%