Many-body Physics with Ultracold Gases
by Immanuel Bloch, Jean Dalibard, Wilhelm Zwerger
Publisher: arXiv.org 2007
Number of pages: 83
This paper reviews recent experimental and theoretical progress concerning many-body phenomena in dilute, ultracold gases. It focuses on effects beyond standard weak-coupling descriptions, such as the Mott-Hubbard transition in optical lattices, strongly interacting gases in one and two dimensions, or lowest-Landau-level physics in quasi-two-dimensional gases in fast rotation.
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