2 edition of Optical lattices found in the catalog.
Benjamin J. Fuentes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Benjamin J. Fuentes, editor|
|Series||Lasers and electro-optics research and technology, Physics research and technology|
|LC Classifications||TA1750 .O547 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 241 p. :|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||2011018630|
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This book provides a complete and comprehensive overview of ultracold lattice gases as quantum simulators. It opens up an interdisciplinary field involving atomic, molecular and optical physics, quantum optics, quantum information, condensed matter and high energy by: Quantum computers, although not yet available on the market, will revolutionise the future of information processing.
Already now, quantum computers of special purpose, i.e., quantum simulators, are within reach. The physics of ultracold atoms, ions, and molecules offers unprecedented possibilities of control of quantum many systems, and novel possibilities of applications for quantum Author: Maciej Lewenstein.
Ultracold Atoms in Optical Lattices Simulating quantum many-body systems Maciej Lewenstein, Anna Sanpera, and Veronica Ahufinger. First comprehensive book on ultracold gases in optical lattices. Chapter 13 in Part VIII: "Optical Lattices" of "Emergent Nonlinear Phenomena in Bose-Einstein Condensates: Theory and Experiment," edited Optical lattices book P.
Kevrekidis, D. Frantzeskakis, and R. Carretero-Gonzalez (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics, ) - pages Book Reviews Ultracold Atoms in Optical Lattices: Simulating Quantum Many-Body Systems, by Maciej Lewenstein, Anna Sanpera and Verònica Ahufinger Scope: monograph.
Level: postgraduate, early career researcher, specialist. Michael Belsley Universidade do Minho Correspondence [email protected] Novel topological optical lattices Gediminas Juzeliūnas Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astronomy, Vilnius University, Lithuania -Monday, 20 November Workshop on Synthetic dimensions in quantum engineered systems Zürich, November Optical lattices have been widely used in atomic physics as a way to cool, trap and control atoms.
In the recent years ultracold atoms in optical lattices have become a unique meeting ground for simulating solid state ma-terials [Bloch et al. ()]. The optical lattice potential mimics the crystalFile Size: 1MB. Welcome to Optical Lattices Press coverage: Anyons in 1D Optical Lattices Introduction An optical lattice is simply a set of standing wave lasers.
The electric field of these lasers can interact with atoms - the atoms see a potential and therefore congregate in the potential minima.
In two-dimensional optical lattice potentials, the atoms are confined to arrays of tightly confining one-dimensional tubes [see Fig. 1(a)].For typical experimental parameters, the harmonic trapping frequencies along the tube are very weak and on the order of 10–Hz, whereas in the radial direction, the trapping frequencies can become as high as : Immanuel Bloch, Peter Zoller, Peter Zoller.
Optical lattices have rapidly become a favoured tool of atomic and condensed-matter physicists. These crystals made of light can be used to trap atoms at very low temperatures, creating a workshop. The first part of the text is an extended introduction to ultracold atoms in optical lattices and condensed matter physics issues that can be mimicked with ultracold atom phenomena.
The second section provides an overview of open problems in condensate matter physics that could be solved using ultracold atom simulations.
In this chapter , we consider gases of ultracold atoms that are trapped in periodic potentials created by standing waves of laser light known as optical lattices. We start by considering in detail the atom-light interaction and derive from first principles the potential that an alkali atom experiences in an optical field.
In these chapters, after a brief introduction to the field of optical lattices I review the fundamental aspects pertaining to the physics of systems in periodic : Ana Maria Rey.
As a spatial structured light field, the optical vortex (OV) has attracted extensive attention in recent years. In practice, the OV lattice (OVL) is an optimal candidate for applications of orbital angular momentum (OAM)-based optical communications, microparticle manipulation, and micro/nanofabrication.
However, traditional methods for producing OVLs meet a significant challenge: the OVL Cited by: 6. About this book This work reports on the generation of artificial magnetic fields with ultracold atoms in optical lattices using laser-assisted tunneling, as well as on the first Chern-number measurement in a non-electronic : Springer International Publishing.
atoms in simple optical lattices. Using the example of a one-dimensional lattice in sectionwe will discuss the basic physics like Bloch states, the Wannier basis and the band structure. Section will then add a short overview over the quantum ﬁeld theoretic description of optical lattices and introduce the Bose–Hubbard by: This book provides a complete and comprehensive overview of ultracold lattice gases as quantum simulators.
It opens up an interdisciplinary field involving atomic, molecular and optical physics, quantum optics, quantum information, condensed matter and high energy : OUP Oxford.
This thesis investigates ultracold molecules as a resource for novel quantum many-body physics, in particular by utilizing their rich internal structure and strong, long-range dipole-dipole interactions. In addition, numerical methods based on matrix product states are analyzed in detail, and.
This book provides a complete and comprehensive overview of ultracold lattice gases as quantum simulators. It opens up an interdisciplinary field involving atomic, molecular and optical physics, quantum optics, quantum information, condensed matter and high energy physics.
Studies of ultracold gases in optical lattices provide a means for testing fundamental and application-oriented quantum many-body concepts of condensed-matter physics in Cited by:. The equilibrium thermodynamics of bosons and fermions in optical lattices are considered in the single-band Hubbard regime, with an emphasis on interesting magnetic, superfluid, and spin liquid ground states.
The parameters of the Hubbard model—the tunneling and interaction parameters—can be obtained quantitatively in terms of the strength and periodicity of the optical lattice potential.If you want to see lattice theory in action, check out a book on Universal Algebra.
Graetzer wrote such a text, so I imagine (but do not know from experience) that he will have many such examples; I cut my teeth on "Algebras, Lattices, Varieties", which has a gentle introduction to lattice theory from a universal algebraic point of view, followed by many universal algebraic results depending.Non-standard Hubbard models in optical lattices Omjyoti Dutta1, Mariusz Gajda2 ;3, Philipp Hauke4 5, Maciej Lewenstein6;7, Dirk-Sören Lühmann8, Boris A.
Malomed6;9, Tomasz Sowinski´ 2 ;3, and Jakub Zakrzewski1 10 1 Instytut Fizyki imienia Mariana Smoluchowskiego, Uniwersytet Jagiellonski, Reymonta 4, Kraków, Poland´ 2 Institute of Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Size: 6MB.