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Topological study of a Bogoliubov-de Gennes system of pseudo spin-1/2bosons with conserved magnetization in a honeycomb lattice

#1Hong Y. LingH-Index: 15

#2Ben KainH-Index: 1

We consider a Bogolibov-de Geenes (BdG) Hamiltonian, which is a non-Hermitian Hamiltonian with pseudo-Hermiticity, for a system of (pseudo) spin-1/2bosons in a honeycomb lattice under the condition that the population difference between the two spin components, i.e., magnetization, is a constant. Such a system is capable of acting as a topological amplifier, under time-reversal symmetry, with stable bulk bands but unstable edge modes which can be populated at an exponentially fast rate. We qu...

Thermodynamic characteristics of ideal quantum gases in harmonic potentials within exact and semiclassical approaches

Last. Andrii SotnikovH-Index: 11

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We theoretically examine equilibrium properties of the harmonically trapped ideal Bose and Fermi gases in the quantum degeneracy regime. We analyze thermodynamic characteristics of gases with a finite number of atoms by means of the known semiclassical approach and perform comparison with exact numerical results. For a Fermi gas, we demonstrate deviations in the Fermi energy values originating from a discrete level structure and show that these are observable only for a small number of particles...

#1A. R. Méndez (UAM Cuajimalpa)H-Index: 5

#2Ana Laura García-Perciante (UAM Cuajimalpa)H-Index: 8

Last. Guillermo Chacón-Acosta (UAM Cuajimalpa)H-Index: 8

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The complete set of transport coefficients for two dimensional relativistic degenerate gases is derived within a relaxation approximation in kinetic theory, by considering both the particle and energy frames. A thorough comparison between Marle and Anderson-Witting's models is carried out, pointing out the drawbacks of the former when compared both to the latter and to the full Boltzmann equation results in the non-degenerate limit. Such task is accomplished by solving the relativistic Uehling-U...

Detecting quantum phase transitions in nonintegrable and long-range Ising chains using spatially minimal measurements.

#1Ceren B. Dağ (Harvard University)H-Index: 8

#2Philipp UhrichH-Index: 4

Last. Jad C. HalimehH-Index: 16

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In a recent work [Da\u{g}, Uhrich, and Halimeh, arXiv:2105.05986], single-site observables have been introduced as a versatile tool for the detection of equilibrium and dynamical criticality in short-range near-integrable many-body models. Here, we extend the potential of single-site observables as probes of quantum phase transitions to strongly nonintegrable models with long-range power-law and next-nearest-neighbor interactions. Our tDMRG calculations verify the results of the mean-field th...

This article presents a study of the grand canonical Bose-Einstein (BE) statistics for a finite number of particles in an arbitrary quantum system. The thermodynamic quantities that identify BE condensation -- namely, the fraction of particles in the ground state and the specific heat -- are calculated here exactly in terms of temperature and fugacity. These calculations are complemented by a numerical calculation of fugacity in terms of the number of particles, without taking the thermodynamic ...

Relaxation dynamics of half-quantum vortices in a two-dimensional two-component Bose-Einstein condensate

#1Matthew Thomas Wheeler (UEA: University of East Anglia)

#2Hayder Salman (UEA: University of East Anglia)H-Index: 12

Last. Magnus O. Borgh (UEA: University of East Anglia)H-Index: 12

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We study the relaxation dynamics of quantum turbulence in a two-component Bose-Einstein condensate containing half-quantum vortices. We find a temporal scaling regime for the number of vortices and the correlation lengths that at early times is strongly dependent on the relative strength of the inter-species interaction. At later times we find that the scaling becomes universal, independent of the inter-species interaction, and approaches that numerically observed in a scalar Bose-Einstein conde...

We study the low-energy excitations of a bosonic lattice gas with cavity-mediated interactions. By performing two successive Hubbard-Stratonovich transformations, we derive an effective field theory to study the strongly-coupling regime. Taking into account the quantum fluctuation, we report the unusual effect of the superradiant cavity light induced density imbalance, which has been shown to have a negligible effect on the single particle excitation in the previous studies. Instead, we show tha...

#1Xing-Yan ChenH-Index: 4

#2Marcel DudaH-Index: 2

Last. Xin-Yu LuoH-Index: 7

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We study three-body loss in an ultracold mixture of a thermal Bose gas and a degenerate Fermi gas. We find that at unitarity, where the interspecies scattering length diverges, the usual inverse-square temperature scaling of the three-body loss found in non-degenerate systems is strongly modified and suppressed with the increasing degeneracy of the Fermi gas. We develop a model considering the kinetic energy distribution of the degenerate Fermi gas within the few-body scattering framework, which...

#2R. Kishor Kumar (University of Otago)H-Index: 5

Last. Sandeep GautamH-Index: 13

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The spin-orbit and coherent couplings along with rotation can combine together to result in scalar potentials which can modify the trapping potential to yield a variety of effective potentials experienced by a particle. The bosons in these rotating SO- and coherently-coupled Bose-Einstein condensates (BECs) can thus be subjected to rotating effective potentials equivalent to a toroidal, a symmetric double-well, an asymmetric double-well potentials, etc. With the increase in rotation frequency, t...

Analyzing Rydberg excitation Dynamics in an atomic chain via discrete truncated Wigner approximation and artificial neural networks.

Last. Rejish NathH-Index: 18

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We analyze the excitation dynamics numerically in a one-dimensional Rydberg atomic chain, using the methods of discrete truncated Wigner approximation (dTWA) and artificial neural networks (ANN), for both van der Waals and dipolar interactions. In particular, we look at how the number of excitations dynamically grows or evolves in the system for an initial state where all atoms are in their electronic ground state. Further, we calculate the maximum number of excitations attained at any instant a...

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