14 May 2010 Quantum lattice-gas model of spinor superfluids
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Abstract
Spinor Bose Einstein Condensates are intriguing because of their vast range of different topological vortices. These states occur when a BEC gas is trapped in an optical lattice rather than in a magnetic well (which would result in scalar BEC vortices). A spinor BEC states also occur in a quantum gas when several hyperfine states of the atom co-exist in the same trap. A unitary quantum lattice algorithm that is ideally parallelized to all available processors is used to solve the evolution of non-eigenstate Skyrmions in a coupled BEC system. The incompressible kinetic energy spectrum of the inner quantum vortex ring core rapidly deviates from the k-3 spectrum found in the evolution of scalar BECs.
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Jeffrey Yepez, Jeffrey Yepez, George Vahala, George Vahala, Linda Vahala, Linda Vahala, Min Soe, Min Soe, } "Quantum lattice-gas model of spinor superfluids", Proc. SPIE 7702, Quantum Information and Computation VIII, 770209 (14 May 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.850556; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.850556
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