Alexander O. Gogolin

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The four-body problem for an interacting two-species Fermi gas is solved analytically in a confined quasi-one-dimensional geometry, where the two-body atom-atom scattering length a(aa) displays a confinement-induced resonance. We compute the dimer-dimer scattering length a(dd) and show that this quantity completely determines the many-body solution of the(More)
Quasi–one–dimensional spin–Peierls and spin–ladder systems are characterized by a gap in the spin–excitation spectrum, which can be modeled at low energies by that of Dirac fermions with a mass. In the presence of disorder these systems can still be described by a Dirac fermion model, but with a random mass. Some peculiar properties, like the Dyson(More)
We analyze the charge transfer statistics through a quantum dot in the Kondo regime, when coupled to an arbitrary number of terminals N. Special attention is paid to current cross correlations between concurring transport channels, which show distinct Hanbury Brown-Twiss antibunching for N>2 reflecting the fermionic nature of charge carriers. While this(More)
We study the properties of the double-frequency sine–Gordon model in the vicinity of the Ising quantum phase transition displayed by this model. Using a mapping onto a generalised lattice quantum Ashkin-Teller model, we obtain critical and nearly-off-critical correlation functions of various operators. We discuss applications of the double-sine-Gordon model(More)
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