QLunch: Strongly interacting quantum systems in one dimension – University of Copenhagen

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QLunch: Strongly interacting quantum systems in one dimension

Speaker: Nikolaj Zinner from Aarhus University

Title:

Strongly interacting quantum systems in one dimension

 

Abstract:

I will outline how one can take a problem of N quantum particles moving in a 1D confining potentials with strong short-range interactions and map it to a spin model of the Heisenberg XXZ type. The exchange coefficients in the spin model description depend on the geometry of the confinement and can therefore be externally tuned. This feature allows for quantum engineering of systems with optimal properties for coherent transport and conditional dynamics.