Simulating the Hubbard Model by Cold Atoms

Posted in Journal Articles on September 29, 2008 at 11:54 am by JCCMP

1. “Many-Body Physics with Ultracold Gases”
Authors: Bloch, J. Dalibard and W. Zwerger,
arXiv:0704.3011; to be published in Rev. Mod. Phys.

2. “A Mott insulator of fermionic atoms in an optical lattice”
Authors: R. Jördens, N. Strohmaier, K. Günter, H. Moritz, T. Esslinger,
arXiv:0804.4009v1, Nature 455 204 (2008).

3.“Metallic and Insulating Phases of Repulsively Interacting Fermions in a 3D Optical Lattice”
Authors: U. Schneider, L. Hackermüller, S. Will, Th. Best, and I. Bloch, T. A. Costi, R. W. Helmes, D. Rasch, and A. Rosch,
arXiv:0809.1464v1

4. “Trapping and cooling fermionic atoms into the Mott and Neel states”
Authors: L. De Leo, C. Kollath, A. Georges, M. Ferrero, and O. Parcollet,
arXiv:0807.0790v2

Recommended with a commentary by Thierry Giamarchi, University of Geneva | View Commentary (pdf) |

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