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Physics on Ultracold Quantum Gases (eBook)

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This book derives from the content of graduate courses on cold atomic gases, taught at the Renmin University of China and at the University of Science and Technology of China. It provides a brief review on the history and current research frontiers in the field of ultracold atomic gases, as well as basic theoretical description of few- and many-body physics in the system. Starting from the basics such as atomic structure, atom-light interaction, laser cooling and trapping, the book then moves on to focus on the treatment of ultracold Fermi gases, before turning to topics in quantum simulation using cold atoms in optical lattices.

The book would be ideal not only for professionals and researchers, but also for familiarizing junior graduate students with the subject and aiding them in their preparation for future study and research in the field.

Contents:
    • Introduction
  • Toward Strongly Correlated Systems:
    • Atomic Structure
    • Atom-Light Interaction
    • Laser Cooling and Trapping
    • Interaction Between Atoms
    • Feshbach Resonance
  • Ultracold Fermi Gases:
    • Background and Experimental Achievements
    • BCS-BEC Crossover
    • Beyond-Mean-Field Descriptions
    • Polarized Fermi Gas
    • Synthetic Gauge Field
  • Quantum Simulation with Cold Atoms:
    • Optical Lattice and Band Structure
    • Simulation of the Bose–Hubbard Model
    • Dynamical Process
    • Disordered Systems
    • Simulation of Spin Systems

    Readership: Academics and professionals in the field of ultracold atomic gases. Suitable also for junior graduate students to prepare them for further study in the field.Ultracold Quantum Gas;Cold Atomic Gas;Optical Lattice0Key Features:
    • Systematic coverage of materials starting from single-particle physics, to two-body physics, to many-body physics in the system
    • Discussion on the latest developments in quantum simulation and synthetic gauge field
    • Pedagogical style makes it appropriate for junior graduate students as well

This book derives from the content of graduate courses on cold atomic gases, taught at the Renmin University of China and at the University of Science and Technology of China. It provides a brief review on the history and current research frontiers in the field of ultracold atomic gases, as well as basic theoretical description of few- and many-body physics in the system. Starting from the basics such as atomic structure, atom-light interaction, laser cooling and trapping, the book then moves on to focus on the treatment of ultracold Fermi gases, before turning to topics in quantum simulation using cold atoms in optical lattices.

The book would be ideal not only for professionals and researchers, but also for familiarizing junior graduate students with the subject and aiding them in their preparation for future study and research in the field.

Contents:
    • Introduction
  • Toward Strongly Correlated Systems:
    • Atomic Structure
    • Atom-Light Interaction
    • Laser Cooling and Trapping
    • Interaction Between Atoms
    • Feshbach Resonance
  • Ultracold Fermi Gases:
    • Background and Experimental Achievements
    • BCS-BEC Crossover
    • Beyond-Mean-Field Descriptions
    • Polarized Fermi Gas
    • Synthetic Gauge Field
  • Quantum Simulation with Cold Atoms:
    • Optical Lattice and Band Structure
    • Simulation of the Bose–Hubbard Model
    • Dynamical Process
    • Disordered Systems
    • Simulation of Spin Systems

    Readership: Academics and professionals in the field of ultracold atomic gases. Suitable also for junior graduate students to prepare them for further study in the field.Ultracold Quantum Gas;Cold Atomic Gas;Optical Lattice0Key Features:
    • Systematic coverage of materials starting from single-particle physics, to two-body physics, to many-body physics in the system
    • Discussion on the latest developments in quantum simulation and synthetic gauge field
    • Pedagogical style makes it appropriate for junior graduate students as well


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