Spin and charge correlations in the Hubbard model: a cold atoms perspective

Posted in Journal Articles on July 31, 2016 at 11:22 am by JCCMP

1. Site-resolved observations of antiferromagnetic correlations in the Hubbard model.
Authors: M. F. Parsons, A. Mazurenko, C.S. Chiu, G. Ji, D. Greif, and M. Greiner.
arXiv:1605.02704

2. Spin and Charge Resolved Quantum Gas Microscopy of Antiferromagnetic Order in Hubbard Chains.
Authors:Martin Boll, Timon A. Hilker, Guillaume Salomon, Ahmed Omran, Immanuel Bloch, and Christian Gross.
arXiv:1605.05661

Recommended with a commentary by Thierry Giamarchi, DQMP, University of Geneva.
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One Response to “Spin and charge correlations in the Hubbard model: a cold atoms perspective”

  1. giamarchi Says:

    The paper arXiv:1606.04089
    Observation of Spatial Charge and Spin Correlations in the 2D Fermi-Hubbard Model
    by
    Lawrence W. Cheuk, Matthew A. Nichols, Katherine R. Lawrence, Melih Okan, Hao Zhang, Ehsan Khatami, Nandini Trivedi, Thereza Paiva, Marcos Rigol, Martin W. Zwierlein
    put on arxiv shortly after the two papers mentioned in the commentary and using similar methods (fermion microscope) is also pertinent in connection with the points mentioned in the commentary.

    I thank N. Trivedi and M. Zwierlein for pointing out this paper.

    TG

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