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Raman scattering probes electronic excitations • Inelastic scattering of light with electron-hole excitations of the correlated many-body system. • Use of polarizers for the incident and reflected light allows one to select different symmetries of the electron-hole excitations. • Signal depends on the Raman scattering amplitude γ(k). We consider three(More)
This work is part of a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) sponsored project to build an optical lattice emulator, where models of strongly correlated electrons in condensed matter physics are simulated with ultracold atoms moving in an optical lattice. Recently, members of our team have been able to form dense clouds of dipolar fermionic(More)
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is running a program to create an analog quantum-mechanical simulator for strongly interacting quantum particles. It is called an optical lattice emulator, and it involves ultracold neutral atoms moving in a corrugated periodic potential created by an optical lattice. The atoms interact with each other via(More)
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