Winter Graduate School
"Ultracold Rydberg physics and engineering"
University of Arizona-Biosphere 2,
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The Shuttle services will be available
from Tucson airport to school
on January 4th, and from school to Tuscon
airport on January 12th.
Registration deadline is Friday December
January 4: Arrival, Reception
January 5: Lectures start in the morning
January 11: Lectures end early afternoon
(Students may leave
in the evening)
January 12: Departure
Two Poster Sessions are
held following classes at 20:30
- Tuesday, January 7, 2014
- Wednesday January 8, 2014
2014 School is organized in collaboration
with the ITN COHERENCE Network
The 2014 theme will be on
ultracold Rydberg physics and
view of Biosphere 2
|Casita Common Area
Located on the foothills of the beautiful
Catalina Mountains, the Biosphere 2 campus
provides a non-traditional yet accessible venue.
The facilities of the B2 Conference Center
comprise a Campus Village of 28 rustic Santa Fe
style houses holding 106 double-capacity sleeping
rooms and a number of double-occupancy offices.
The accommodations are beautiful but as "dorms"
they are a bit spare. Bedding, a set of towels,
shampoo, soap, and lotion are all provided.
During your stay at B2 you will be residing in a
rustic Santa Fe-style house.
These houses contain everything you need for a
Each casiita has from three to five bedrooms and
come complete with in-suite kitchens, living
areas, and high-speed internet access, the 3-5
bedroom casitas are all in easy walking distance
and provide the perfect place to unwind and
socialize in-between or after meetings.
These comfortable accommodations have high-speed
wireless internet access and central air
Additional blankets and an extra pillows are
available in the closet, along with an iron and
ironing board. At night, the casita village is
well lit, but the surrounding property can be
quite dark. There is a flashlight in each bedroom.
Come prepared for encounters with native wildlife
common to the area.
School is supported by grants from the National
Science Foundation(NSF), and