Juergen Berges
Heidelberg University
Classical XY modelSuperlatticeUltracold atomRydberg atomPhysicsStatistical physicsLattice (order)IonGauge symmetrySpin engineeringPhase spaceCoherent statesString (physics)Quantum simulatorAtomic physicsQuantum electrodynamicsPair productionFermionSpin (physics)Quantum mechanicsRealization (systems)Rydberg formulaBosonSpin-½
5Publications
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48Citations
Publications 3
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#1Valentin Kasper (Harvard University)H-Index: 7
#2Florian Hebenstreit (University of Bern)H-Index: 19
Last. Juergen Berges (Heidelberg University)H-Index: 1
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We discuss the experimental engineering of model systems for the description of quantum electrodynamics (QED) in one spatial dimension via a mixture of bosonic 23Na and fermionic 6Li atoms. The local gauge symmetry is realized in an optical superlattice, using heteronuclear boson–fermion spin-changing interactions which preserve the total spin in every local collision. We consider a large number of bosons residing in the coherent state of a Bose–Einstein condensate on each link between the fermi...
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#2Juergen BergesH-Index: 1
Last. Michael E. WallH-Index: 24
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Colorado, Boulder (CO), USA — Accurate description of the dynamics of quantum spin models is a theoretically challenging problem with widespread applications ranging from condensed matter to high-energy physics. Furthermore recent experimental progress in AMO experiments allows for the physical realization of these models in a variety of setups, such as Rydberg systems and trapped ion experiments, with an unprecedented degree of control and flexibility. Therefore, it is vital to develop efficien...
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