CQD Special Seminar

30. October 2019 14:15

Seminarraum, Institut für Theoretische Physik, Philosophenweg 19

Superfluidity and quasicrystals with nonlocal interactions

Professor Tommaso Macri
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Natal, Brazil


In recent years, propelled by the progress in the field of quantum simulations with ultracold atoms, there has been an increasing interest of the condensed matter community in what is generally called quasicrystal lattices, long-range ordered but non-periodic structures. Besides retaining intrinsic relevant questions that range from the stability of tiled structures at zero temperature to their relation to fractal lattices, quasicrystals have also shown to support quantum phases of matter such as superconductors and Bose-Einstein condensates. Nonetheless, in spite of important works that address the emergence of quasicrystalline order in classical systems, a deeper understanding of the role of quantum fluctuations in these structures still lacks. Here we present our proposal to realize quasi-crystalline states in ultracold setups with nonlocal interactions.

 

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