- B. Mukherjee, A. Shaffer-Moag, P. Patel, Z. Yan, C. Wilson, V. Crepel, R. Fletcher, M. Zwierlein, Crystallization of bosonic quantum Hall states in a rotating quantum gas. Nature, 601:58–62, January 2022.
- Z. Yan, M. Zwierlein, and T. Karman. Resonant and first-order dipolar interactions between ultracold molecules in static and microwave electric fields. Phys Rev A January 2022.
- M. Zwierlein, J. Hertkorn, J.-N. Schmidt, F. Böttcher, M. Guo, M. Schmidt, K. S. H. Ng, S. D. Graham, H. P. Büchler, T. Langen, and T. Pfau. Density Fluctuations across the Superfluid-Supersolid Phase Transition in a Dipolar Quantum Gas. Phys. Rev. X , 11(011037), February 2021.
- M. Zwierlein, J. Hertkorn, J.-N. Schmidt, M. Guo, F. Böttcher, K. S. H. Ng, S. D. Graham, P. Uerlings, T. Langen, and T. Pfau. Pattern Formation in Quantum Ferrofluids: from Supersolids to Superglasses. Phys. Rev. Research, 3(033125), August 2021.
- T. Hartke, B. Oreg, N. Jia, M. Zwierlein, Quantum Register of Fermion Pairs. ArXiv March 2021.
- E. Demler, M. Greiner, M. Lukin, R. Ma, K. Ni, M. Schleier-Smith, V. Vuletic, M. Zwierlein, E. Altman, and et al.. Quantum Simulators: Architectures and Opportunities. PRX Quantum, 2(017003), February 2021.
- M. Zwierlein, J.-N. Schmidt, J. Hertkorn, M. Guo, F. Böttcher, M. Schmidt, K. S. H. Ng, S. D. Graham, T. Langen, and T. Pfau. Roton Excitations in an Oblate Dipolar Quantum Gas. Phys. Rev. Lett., 126(193002), May 2021.
- M. Zwierlein, J. Hertkorn, J.-N. Schmidt, M. Guo, F. Böttcher, K. S. H. Ng, S. D. Graham, P. Uerlings, H. P. Büchler, T. Langen, and T. Pfau. Supersolidity in Two-Dimensional Trapped Dipolar Droplet Arrays. Phys. Rev. Lett., 127(155301), 2021.
- Z. Yan, Y. Ni, C. Robens, M. Zwierlein, Bose polarons near quantum criticality. Science, 368(6487):190-194, April 2020.
- T. Hartke, B. Oreg, N. Jia, M. Zwierlein, Doublon-Hole Correlations and Fluctuation Thermometry in a Fermi-Hubbard Gas. Physical Review Letters, 125(113601), September 2020.
- Z. Yan, J. Park, Y. Ni, H. Loh, S. Will, M. Zwierlein, and T. Karman. Resonant dipolar collisions of ultracold molecules induced by microwave dressing. Physical Review Letters, 125(063401), August 2020.
- P. Patel, Z. Yan, B. Mukherjee, R. Fletcher, J. Struck, M. Zwierlein, Universal Sound Diffusion in a Strongly Interacting Fermi Gas. Science, 370(6521), December 2020.
- Z. Yan, P. Patel, B. Mukherjee, R. Fletcher, J. Struck, M. Zwierlein, Boiling a Unitary Fermi Liquid. Physical Review Letters, 122(093401), March 2019.
- R. Fletcher, A. Shaffer-Moag, C. Wilson, P. Patel, Z. Yan, V. Crepel, B. Mukherjee, M. Zwierlein, Geometric squeezing into the lowest Landau level. ArXiv November 2019.
- M. Zwierlein, A. Christianen, G.C. Groenenboom, and Tijs Karman. Photo-induced two-body loss of ultracold molecules. 123, 123402, September 2019.
- B. Mukherjee, P. Patel, Z. Yan, R. Fletcher, J. Struck, M. Zwierlein, Spectral response and contact of the unitary Fermi gas. Physical Review Letters, 122(203402), May 2019.
- M. Nichols, L. Cheuk, M. Okan, T. Hartke, E. Mendez, H. Zhang, M. Zwierlein, T. Senthil, and E. Khatami. Spin Transport in a Mott Insulator of Ultracold Fermions. Science, 363(383), January 2019.
- B. Mukherjee, Z. Yan, P. Patel, T. Yefsah, J. Struck, M. Zwierlein, and Z. Hadzibabic. Homogeneous Atomic Fermi Gases. Phys. Rev. Lett., 118(123401), March 2017.
- T. Rvachov, H. Son, A. Sommer, J. Park, M. Zwierlein, W. Ketterle, A. Jamison, and S. Ebadi. Long-Lived Ultracold Molecules with Electric and Magnetic Dipole Moments. Phys. Rev. Lett. October 2017.
- J. Park, Z. Yan, H. Loh, S. Will, M. Zwierlein, Second-Scale Nuclear Spin Coherence Time of Trapped Ultracold 23Na40K Molecules. Science, 357(372), July 2017.
- R. Fletcher, M. Zwierlein, R. Lopes, J. Man, N. Navon, R. P. Smith, and Z. Hadzibabic. Two- and three-body contacts in the unitary Bose gas. Science January 2017.
- S. Will, J. Park, Z. Yan, H. Loh, M. Zwierlein, Coherent Microwave Control of Ultracold $^{23}$Na$^{40}$K Molecule. Phys. Rev. Lett. , 116(225306), June 2016.
- L. Cheuk, M. Nichols, K. Lawrence, M. Okan, H. Zhang, M. Zwierlein, Observation of 2D fermionic Mott insulators of $^{40}$K with single-site resolution. Phys. Rev. Lett., 116(235301), June 2016.
- L. Cheuk, M. Nichols, K. Lawrence, M. Okan, H. Zhang, M. Zwierlein, E. Khatami, N. Trivedi, T. Paiva, and M. Rigol. Observation of Spatial Charge and Spin Correlations in the 2D Fermi-Hubbard Model. Science , 353:1260-1264 , September 2016.
- L. Cheuk, M. Nichols, M. Okan, V. Ramasesh, W. Bakr, T. Lompe, M. Zwierlein, and T. Gersdorf. A Quantum Gas Microscope for Fermionic Atoms. Phys. Rev. Lett., 114:193001, May 2015.
- J. Park and M. Zwierlein. Two-Photon Pathway to Ultracold Fermionic Ground State Molecules of 23Na40K. New J. of Phys., 1505:01835, 2015.
- J. Park and M. Zwierlein. Ultracold Dipolar Gas of Fermionic Na 23 K 40 Molecules in Their Absolute Ground State. Physical Review Letters, 114:205302, 2015.
- W. Ji, B. Mukherjee, T. Yefsah, M. Zwierlein, and Elmer Guardado-Sanchez. Motion of a Solitonic Vortex in the BEC-BCS Crossover. preprint arXiv:1402.7052 (2014) 2014.
- A. Sommer, W. Bakr, and M. Zwierlein. Evolution of Fermion Pairing from Three to Two Dimensions. Phys. Rev. Lett., 045302:108, 2012.
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- M. Zwierlein. Revealing the Superfluid Lambda Transition in the Universal Thermodynamics of a Unitary Fermi Gas. Science, 335:563, 2012.
- C. Wu, J. Park, P. Ahmadi, S. Will, and M. Zwierlein. Ultracold Fermionic Feshbach Molecules of $^{23}$Na$^{40}$K. Phys Rev Lett, 109:085301, 2012.
- D. Pekker, M. Zwierlein, E. Demler, and E. Vernier. Bound states of a localized magnetic impurity in a superfluid of paired ultracold fermions. Phys. Rev. A, 83:033619, 2011.
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- A. Sommer, M. Ku, and M. Zwierlein. Spin Transport in Polaronic and Superfluid Fermi Gases.. New Journal of Physics, 13:055009, 2011.
- C. Wu, I. Santiago, J. Park, P. Ahmadi, and M. Zwierlein. Strongly Interacting Isotopic Bose-Fermi Mixture Immersed in a Fermi Sea. Phys. Rev. A, 84:011601, 2011.
- C. Wu, I. Santiago, J. Park, P. Ahmadi, and M. Zwierlein. Strongly interacting isotopic Bose-Fermi mixture immersed in a Fermi sea. Phys. Rev. A., 84:011601(R), 2011.
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- M. Zwierlein. Neutral Atoms put in Charge. Nature, 462:584, 2009.
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- M. Zwierlein. Teilchen auf Partnersuche. Physik Journal, 12/2008:31, 2008.
- M. Zwierlein, G. Baym, C. J. Phick, and Z. Yu. Coherence and Clock Shifts in Ultracold Fermi Gases with Resonant Interactions. Phys. Rev. Lett., 99:190407, 2007.
- C. Schunck, Y. Shin, A. Schirotzek, M. Zwierlein, and W. Ketterle. Pairing Without Superfluidity: The Ground State of an Imbalanced Fermi Mixture. Science, 316:867-870, 2007.
- C. Schunck, M. Zwierlein, A. Schirotzek, and W. Ketterle. Superfluid Expansion of a Rotating Fermi Gas. Phys. Rev. Lett., 98:050404, 2007.
- M. Zwierlein and W. Ketterle. Comment on Pairing and Phase Separation in a Polarized Fermi Gas. Science, 314:54a, 2006.
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### Vibrating atoms make robust qubits, physicists find

MIT physicists have discovered a new quantum bit, or “qubit,” in the form of vibrating pairs of atoms known as fermions. They found that when pairs of fermions are chilled and trapped in an optical lattice, the particles can exist simultaneously in two states — a weird quantum phenomenon known as superposition. In this case, the atoms held a superposition of two vibrational states, in which the pair wobbled against each other while also swinging in sync, at the same time.

The team was able to maintain this state of superposition among hundreds of vibrating pairs of fermions. In so doing, they achieved a new “quantum register,” or system of qubits, that appears to be robust over relatively long periods of time. The discovery, published today in the journal *Nature*, demonstrates that such wobbly qubits could be a promising foundation for future quantum computers.

### Physicists watch as ultracold atoms form a crystal of quantum tornadoes

The new observations record a key crossover from classical to quantum behavior.

### Martin Zwierlein Wins 2021 BEC Award

### Physicists capture the sound of a “perfect” fluid

The results should help scientists study the viscosity in neutron stars, the plasma of the early universe, and other strongly interacting fluids.

### Bose polarons meet their fate at quantum criticality

### Squeezing space in a rotating quantum gas

### Martin Zwierlein receives Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellowship

Professor of physics will use U.S. Department of Defense fellowship to study the quantum world in search of new states of matter.

### Spin Transport in a Mott Insulator of Ultracold Fermions

### Martin Zwierlein receives 2017 I.I. Rabi Prize of the APS

*For seminal studies of ultracold Fermi gases, including precision measurements of the equation of state, the observation of superfluidity, solitons, vortices, and polarons, the realization of a microscope for fermions in a lattice; and the production of chemically stable polar molecules.*

### Ultracold molecules hold promise for quantum computing

Researchers have taken an important step toward the long-sought goal of a quantum computer, which in theory should be capable of vastly faster computations than conventional computers, for certain kinds of problems. The new work shows that collections of ultracold molecules can retain the information stored in them, for hundreds of times longer than researchers have previously achieved in these materials.

### Viewpoint: Fermion Pairing in Flatland

### The Bouncing Gas

### Prof. Martin Zwierlein has won the Presidential Early Career Award in Science and Engineering

### Martin Zwierlein named ONR Young Investigator

### Bose-Einstein Condensation 2009, Frontiers in Quantum Gases, San Feliu, Spain, 05 – 11 September 2009

### A Viewpoint on: Observation of Fermi Polarons in a Tunable Fermi Liquid of Ultracold Atoms

At extremely low temperatures, the fundamental building blocks of the universe behave unexpectedly. Discover this hidden world at The Center for Ultracold Atoms (CUA).

Please join us for an afternoon of talks by internal CUA speakers and specially invited outside speakers to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the discovery of Feshbach resonances.

Talks will discuss the history from theory to realization as well as Feshbach resonances in various experimental applications

Reception to follow.