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    Anna Sanpera,Veronica Ahufinger,Maciej Lewenstein
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Ultracold Atoms in Optica. has been added to your Cart. Maciej Lewenstein has been an ICREA professor at the Institut de Ciencies Fotoniques in Castelldefels since 2005 where he leads the quantum optics theory group.

Ultracold Atoms in Optica. His interests range from traditional quantum optics through to physics of cold gases and quantum information to physics of ultra intense laser fields. Maciej Lewenstein, Institucio Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avancats (ICREA) and Institut de Ciencies Fotoniques (ICFO), Barcelona, Spain,Anna Sanpera, Institucio Catalana de Recerca i Estudits Avancats (ICREA) and Departament de Fisica, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain,Veronica Ahufinger, Departament de Fisica, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain. Since 2010 she has been a professor at the Universitat Autonoma of Barcelona.

Quantum computers for special purposes like quantum simulators are already within reach

Quantum computers for special purposes like quantum simulators are already within reach. The physics of ultracold atoms, ions and molecules offer unprecedented possibilities of control of quantum many body systems and novel possibilities of applications to quantum information processing and quantum metrology. Quantum computers for special purposes like quantum simulators are already within reach.

Cold atoms in optical lattices offer an exciting new laboratory where quantum many-body phenomena can be realized in a highly controlled way. They can even serve as quantum simulators for notoriously difficult problems like high-temperature superconductivity

Cold atoms in optical lattices offer an exciting new laboratory where quantum many-body phenomena can be realized in a highly controlled way. They can even serve as quantum simulators for notoriously difficult problems like high-temperature superconductivity.

Detection of quantum systems realised with ultracold atoms 15. Summary and future perspectives . Summary and future perspectives Bibliography. oceedings{oldAI, title {Ultracold Atoms in Optical Lattices: Simulating quantum many-body systems}, author {Maciej Lewenstein and Anna Sanpera and Ver{& Ahufinger}, year {2012} }. Maciej Lewenstein, Anna Sanpera, Verònica Ahufinger.

Автор: Lewis-Swan Название: Ultracold Atoms for Foundational Tests of Quantum Mechanics ISBN: 3319410474 ISBN-13(EAN).

Описание: Presenting the recent theoretical advances of cold atom physics in optical lattices, this volume focuses on strongly correlated systems and applications in quantum information processing. Автор: Lewis-Swan Название: Ultracold Atoms for Foundational Tests of Quantum Mechanics ISBN: 3319410474 ISBN-13(EAN): 9783319410470 Издательство: Springer Рейтинг

This book provides a comprehensive overview of ultracold lattice gases as quantum simulators, an interdisciplinary field involving atomic, molecular, and optical . Maciej Lewenstein, Anna Sanpera, and Verònica Ahufinger.

This book provides a comprehensive overview of ultracold lattice gases as quantum simulators, an interdisciplinary field involving atomic, molecular, and optical physics; quantum optics; quantum information; and condensed matter and high energy physics.

Issues such as quantum information with lattice gases, detection of quantum systems with ultracold atoms, and many others are treated extensively in these chapters.

The first part of the text is an extended introduction to ultracold atoms in optical lattices and condensed matter physics issues that can be mimicked with ultracold atom phenomena. Issues such as quantum information with lattice gases, detection of quantum systems with ultracold atoms, and many others are treated extensively in these chapters. The book ends with hundreds of references and a very good index.

Atoms in Optical Lattices : Simulating Quantum Many-Body Systems.

Ultracold Atoms in Optical Lattices : Simulating Quantum Many-Body Systems. by Veronica Ahufinger, Maciej Lewenstein, Anna Sanpera.

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ultracold atoms optical lattices tight-binding models Wannier functions effective Dirac equation honeycomb lattices. M. Lewenstein, A. Sanpera, and V. Ahufinger, Ultracold Atoms in Optical Lattices-Simulating Quantum Many-body Systems (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2012). 3. V. I. Yukalov, and E. P. Yukalova, Phys.

Quantum computers, though not yet available on the market, will revolutionize the future of information processing. Quantum computers for special purposes like quantum simulators are already within reach. The physics of ultracold atoms, ions and molecules offer unprecedented possibilities of control of quantum many body systems and novel possibilities of applications to quantum information processing and quantum metrology. Particularly fascinating is the possibility of using ultracold atoms in lattices to simulate condensed matter or even high energy physics. This book provides a complete and comprehensive overview of ultracold lattice gases as quantum simulators. It opens up an interdisciplinary field involving atomic, molecular and optical physics, quantum optics, quantum information, condensed matter and high energy physics. The book includes some introductory chapters on basic concepts and methods, and then focuses on the physics of spinor, dipolar, disordered, and frustrated lattice gases. It reviews in detail the physics of artificial lattice gauge fields with ultracold gases. The last part of the book covers simulators of quantum computers. After a brief course in quantum information theory, the implementations of quantum computation with ultracold gases are discussed, as well as our current understanding of condensed matter from a quantum information perspective.