13-19 June 2015
University of Alberta
America/Edmonton timezone
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Many-body localization and potential realizations in cold atomic gases

16 Jun 2015, 13:45
30m
CAB 235 (University of Alberta)

CAB 235

University of Alberta

Invited Speaker / Conférencier invité Condensed Matter and Materials Physics / Physique de la matière condensée et matériaux (DCMMP-DPMCM) T2-2 Condensed Matter Theory (DCMMP-DTP) / Théorie de la matière condensée (DPMCM-DPT)

Speaker

Jesko Sirker (U Manitoba)

Description

Disorder in a non-interacting quantum system can lead to Anderson localization where single-particle wave functions become localized in some region of space. Recently, the study of interaction effects in systems which do exhibit Anderson localization has attracted renewed interest. In my talk I will present recent theorerical progress in understanding localization in many-body systems. I will, in particular, discuss one-dimensional lattice models with binary disorder which can potentially be realized in cold atomic gases using two species of atoms. A purification scheme can be used to perform an exact binary disorder average making such models amenable to numerical studies directly in the thermodynamic limit.

Primary author

Jesko Sirker (U Manitoba)

Co-authors

Felix Andraschko (U Manitoba) Tilman Enss (U Heidelberg)

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