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Physics - Atomic, Molecular, Optical & Plasma Physics | From Atom Optics to Quantum Simulation - Interacting Bosons and Fermions in Three-Dimensional

From Atom Optics to Quantum Simulation

Interacting Bosons and Fermions in Three-Dimensional Optical Lattice Potentials

Series: Springer Theses

Will, Sebastian

2013, XVIII, 258 p.

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  • A remarkable collection of advances in a rapidly growing research field
  • Newcomers will benefit from the clear descriptions and carefully designed diagrams
  • Nominated as an outstanding contribution by the graduate school MAINZ and the University of Munich
This thesis explores ultracold quantum gases of bosonic and fermionic atoms in optical lattices. The highly controllable experimental setting discussed in this work, has opened the door to new insights into static and dynamical properties of ultracold quantum matter. One of the highlights reported here is the development and application of a novel time-resolved spectroscopy technique for quantum many-body systems. By following the dynamical evolution of a many-body system after a quantum quench, the author shows how the important energy scales of the underlying Hamiltonian can be measured with high precision.  This achievement, its application, and many other exciting results make this thesis of interest to a broad audience ranging from quantum optics to condensed matter physics. A lucid style of writing accompanied by a series of excellent figures make the work accessible to readers outside the rapidly growing research field of ultracold atoms.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Collapse and Revival of a Matter Wave Field - Hubbard Model - Multi-body Interactions - Optical Lattice Potentials - Quantum Simulation - Strongly Correlated Quantum Phases - Ultracold Quantum Gases

Related subjects » Applied & Technical Physics - Atomic, Molecular, Optical & Plasma Physics - Condensed Matter Physics - Quantum Physics

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