Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Campus di Brescia

Quantum simulation with ultracold matter


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Claudio GIANNETTI, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Giacomo ROATI, CNR-INO and LENS, University of Florence, Italy

Quantum degenerate atomic gases are produced by cooling dilute atomic vapours to ultra-low temperatures (few billionths of kelvin above absolute zero). Under these extreme conditions, the elusive quantum world comes into focus and novel quantum matter-states and non-trivial phase transitions bloom out. The unprecedented degree of controllability and the new advanced diagnostic tools that allow the manipulation at the single-atom level, make these systems ideal analog quantum simulators of complex strongly interacting quantum matter problems, which are unaccessible to even the most advanced supercomputers.
In this seminar, I will review some recent experimental progress in this field, focusing on quantum transport with ultracold matter in structured light potentials that promises to bring great opportunities for understanding fundamental issues in non equilibrium physics and that can represent a new paradigm shift in designing future quantum devices.

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