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Why atomic physics / quantum science?
• Atoms are the best examples of quantum systems we have.
• They can be prepared in very well defined states.
• Their temporal evolution can be measured and manipulated.
• Atomic physics experiments can be reproduced all over the
world.
• They deliver the most accurate results in any experimental
science.
• All interactions (electromagnetic, weak, strong, and
gravitation) can be explored by means of atomic physics
experiments.
• Small is beautiful!
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