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Atomtronic circuits: from basic research in many-body physics to applications for quantum technologies

  title={Atomtronic circuits: from basic research in many-body physics to applications for quantum technologies},
  author={L. Amico and Dana Anderson and Malcolm G. Boshier and Jean-Philippe Brantut and Leong Chuan Kwek and Anna Minguzzi and Wolf von Klitzing},
Atomtronics is an emerging field which aims to manipulate ultracold atom moving in matter wave circuits for both fundamental studies in quantum science and technological applications. In this colloquium, we review recent progress in matter-wave circuitry and atomtronics-based quantum technology. After a short introduction to the basic physical principles and the key experimental techniques needed to realize atomtronic systems, we describe the physics of matter-wave in simple circuits such as… Expand


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