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Phenomenology of many-body localization in bond-disordered spin chains
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20-22.02.2024 - Workshop on Quantum Simulators of the Future: From Dynamical Gauge Fields to Lattice Gauge Theories | (smr 3922)

An ICTP Meeting This Workshop will gather world-leading groups that design, realize, and characterize a new generation of simulators with ultracold atoms and beyond. It will address novel quantum simulators of statistical gauge fields, dynamical lattices, and lattice gauge theory models (LGT), as well as connections to quantum computing and tensor network methods.


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05-11.09.2021 - Quantum Optics X

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Current: /2307.04471

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Arkadiusz Kosior, Servaas Kokkelmans, Maciej Lewenstein, Jakub Zakrzewski, and Marcin Płodzień
Phys. Rev. A 108, 043308 

Polarons, which arise from the self-trapping interaction between electrons and lattice distortions in a solid, have been known and extensively investigated for nearly a century. Nevertheless, the study of polarons continues to be an active and evolving field, with ongoing advancements in both fundamental understanding and practical applications. Here, we present a microscopic model that exhibits a diverse range of dynamic behavior, arising from the intricate interplay between two excitation-phonon coupling terms. The derivation of the model is based on an experimentally feasible Rydberg-dressed system with dipole-dipole interactions, making it a promising candidate for realization in a Rydberg atoms quantum simulator for excitation dynamics interacting with optical phonons. Remarkably, our analysis reveals a growing asymmetry in Bloch oscillations, leading to a macroscopic transport of nonspreading excitations under a constant force. Finally, we demonstrate the robustness of our findings against on-site random potential.

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