Tomasz Karpiuk

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We theoretically consider the formation of bright solitons in a mixture of Bose and Fermi degenerate gases. While we assume the forces between atoms in a pure Bose component to be effectively repulsive, their character can be changed from repulsive to attractive in the presence of fermions provided the Bose and Fermi gases attract each other strongly(More)
Numerical simulations show that, at the onset of Anderson localization, the momentum distribution of a coherent wave packet launched inside a random potential exhibits, in the forward direction, a novel interference peak that complements the coherent backscattering peak. An explanation of this phenomenon in terms of maximally crossed diagrams predicts that(More)
Results of karyological study of Picea ajanensis (Lindl. et Gord.) Fisch. ex Carr examined from 13 provenances are presented. In addition to the cytotypes with typical chromosome number (2n = 24), P. ajanensis displays cytotypes with one or two B-chromosomes (2n = 24 + 1 - 2B). Among A-chromosomes, there are 8 pairs of long metacentrics and 4 pairs of(More)
We show that solitons occur generically in the thermal equilibrium state of a weakly interacting elongated Bose gas, without the need for external forcing or perturbations. This reveals a major new quality to the experimentally widespread quasicondensate state, usually thought of as primarily phase-fluctuating. Thermal solitons are seen in uniform 1D,(More)
In this work we present a very simple and efficient numerical scheme which can be applied to study the dynamics of bosonic systems like, for instance, spinor Bose-Einstein condensates with nonlocal interactions but equally well works for Fermi gases. The method we use is a modification of well known Split Operator Method (SOM). We carefully examine this(More)
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