(1+1)-d U(1) Quantum link models from effective Hamiltonians of dipolar molecules

@article{Shen202011dUQ,
  title={(1+1)-d U(1) Quantum link models from effective Hamiltonians of dipolar molecules},
  author={Jiayu Shen and Di Luo and Michael Highman and B. Clark and B. Demarco and A. El-Khadra and B. Gadway},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Lattice},
  year={2020}
}
We study the promising idea of using dipolar molecular systems as analog quantum simulators for quantum link models, which are discrete versions of lattice gauge theories. In a quantum link model the link variables have a finite number of degrees of freedom and discrete values. We construct the effective Hamiltonian of a system of dipolar molecules with electric dipole-dipole interactions, where we use the tunable parameters of the system to match it to the target Hamiltonian describing a U(1… Expand

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