Bottom-up configuration-interaction emulations of ultracold fermions in entangled optical plaquettes: Building blocks of unconventional superconductivity

@article{Brandt2017BottomupCE,
  title={Bottom-up configuration-interaction emulations of ultracold fermions in entangled optical plaquettes: Building blocks of unconventional superconductivity},
  author={B. B. Brandt and C. Yannouleas and U. Landman},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2017},
  volume={95},
  pages={043617}
}
A microscopic configuration-interaction (CI) methodology is introduced to enable bottom-up Schroedinger-equation emulation of unconventional superconductivity in ultracold optical traps. We illustrate the method by exploring the properties of Lithium-6 atoms in a single square plaquette in the hole-pairing regime, and by analyzing the entanglement (symmetry-preserving) and disentanglement physics (via symmetry-breaking, associated with the separation of charge and spin density waves) of two… Expand

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