A V Zampetaki

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In the present work, we consider the problem of a system of few vortices N ≤ 5 as it emerges from its experimental realization in the field of atomic Bose-Einstein condensates. Starting from the corresponding equations of motion for an axially symmetric trapped condensate, we use a two-pronged approach in order to reveal the configuration space of the(More)
We explore the effects arising due to the coupling of the center of mass and relative motion of two charged particles confined on an inhomogeneous helix with a locally modified radius. It is first proven that a separation of the center of mass and the relative motion is provided if and only if the confining manifold represents a homogeneous helix. In this(More)
We explore the long-time dynamics of a system of identical charged particles trapped on a closed helix. This system has recently been found to exhibit an unconventional deformation of the linear spectrum when tuning the helix radius. Here we show that the same geometrical parameter can affect significantly also the dynamical behavior of an initially broad(More)
We explore the nonequilibrium dissipative dynamics of a system of identical charged particles trapped on a closed helix. The particles are subject to an external force accelerating them along the underlying structure. The effective interactions between the charges induce a coupling of the center of mass to the relative motion which in turn gives rise to a(More)
We explore the effects of a homogeneous external electric field on the static properties and dynamical behavior of two charged particles confined to a helix. In contrast to the field-free setup which provides a separation of the center-of-mass and relative motion, the existence of an external force perpendicular to the helix axis couples the center-of-mass(More)
Employing Monte Carlo simulation techniques we investigate the statistical properties of equally charged particles confined in a one-dimensional box trap and detect a crossover from a crystalline to a cluster phase with increasing temperature. The corresponding transition temperature depends separately on the number of particles N and the box size L,(More)
We show that the influence of thermal noise, simulated by a 2D ferromagnetic Ising spin lattice on a pair of noninteracting, initially entangled qubits, represented by quantum spins, leads to unexpected evolution of quantum correlations. The high temperature noise leads to ultraslow decay of the quantum correlations. Decreasing the noise temperature we(More)
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