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Simulation of many-body phenomena with ultracold atomic gases

posted on 2023-03-15, 04:15 authored by HAYDN SAMUEL ADLONG

The world around us is a collection of many-body quantum systems that cannot be simulated by classical computers. Eventually, we will study these systems using a universal simulator built from an advanced quantum computer, but for now quantum computing remains in its infancy. We thus turn our attention to simpler analogue quantum computers, which are highly controllable environments that ‘mimic’ the physics of a more complicated systems. In this thesis, we theoretically investigate the application of an ideal candidate in quantum analogue simulation, ultracold atomic gases, to the study of many-body quantum phenomena.


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Principal supervisor

Meera Parish

Additional supervisor 1

Lincoln Turner

Year of Award


Department, School or Centre

Physics and Astronomy


Master of Philosophy

Degree Type



Faculty of Science

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