Direct Observation of Fragmentation in a Disordered, Strongly Interacting Fermi Gas

  title={Direct Observation of Fragmentation in a Disordered, Strongly Interacting Fermi Gas},
  author={S. Krinner and David Stadler and J. Meineke and J. Brantut and T. Esslinger},
  • S. Krinner, David Stadler, +2 authors T. Esslinger
  • Published 2013
  • Physics
  • Describing the behaviour of strongly interacting particles in the presence of disorder is among the most challenging problems in quantum many-body physics. The controlled setting of cold atom experiments provides a new avenue to address these challenges [1], complementing studies in solid state physics, where a number of puzzling findings have emerged in experiments using superconducting thin films [2,3]. Here we investigate a strongly interacting thin film of an atomic Fermi gas subject to a… CONTINUE READING
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