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I am looking for good reviews for the subject of Ultracold atoms and it's application in test of General theory of relativity. I am planning to pick up this topic as a semester project, can somebody guide me ?

I am basically looking forward to some good books and papers which gives me a flavor of theoretical aspects of this subject.

I came across an website which says about Quantum gauge theories and Ultracold atoms and that has interested me a lot. http://cordis.europa.eu/search/index.cfm?fuseaction=proj.document&PJ_RCN=10276613

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The only connection between ultracold atoms and GR that I know of is this suggestion for doing interferometry with ultracold atoms. This seems pretty speculative though.

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Jason Hogan (still in Kasevich's group) is still working on this topic and making progress with the experiments. – wsc Oct 31 '12 at 13:29

There is an interesting experiment to construct a Black Hole in ultracold atom systems. The idea is to artificially create a velocity speed field greater than the superfluid speed, which indicates somehow a particle cannot escape the boundary.

Ref: Phys. Rev. Lett. 85, 4643 arXiv:0803.0669

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