Welcome to the BECVortex Project, a resource for people interested in experiments on quantized vortices in atomic quantum fluids. On these pages you will find:
The information and files made available through this website are intended to be used for reference purposes only, and are not endorsements of the reported work, results, or interpretations. This project and webpage are part of an ongoing project with updates that include new published articles. This website is not intended to be a "virtual journal" of vortex research in degenerate quantum gases: we currently do not maintain a list of related theoretical articles (unless experimental results are also included), vortex-related work in systems other than superfluid atomic gases, and we do not select a limited set of articles for this list.
As time permits, we hope to expand this effort to include lists of papers on other targeted and similar areas (such as solitons, for instance). If you would like to join such efforts, please let us know!
The original version of this website went under the name BECVortexBibtex, but the name has been changed (during a major maintenance period) to reflect the utility of the hotlink-enabled experiment list, which seems to be equally as useful as the BibTeX file. The former webpage and name now redirect to this page.
And if you haven't already realized it, you can access this page through the web address http://www.becvortex.com.
This website is maintained by Brian Anderson's BEC group at the College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona. If you find an error or omission, if you have published a new paper containing experimental results on vortices in an atomic-gas superfluid, or if you have a suggestion on how this webpage might be made more useful to you, we would like to hear about it. Come on now, don't be shy! If you feel compelled to let us know what's on your mind, please send email to Brian Anderson: email@example.com.