Dynamical preparation of stripe states in spin-orbit coupled gases

@inproceedings{Cabedo2021DynamicalPO,
  title={Dynamical preparation of stripe states in spin-orbit coupled gases},
  author={Josep Cabedo and Joan Claramunt and Alessio Celi},
  year={2021}
}
In spinor Bose-Einstein condensates, spin-changing collisions are a remarkable proxy to coherently realize macroscopic many-body quantum states. These processes have been, e.g., exploited to generate entanglement, to study dynamical quantum phase transitions, and proposed for realizing nematic phases in atomic condensates. In the same systems dressed by Raman beams, the coupling between spin and momentum induces a spin dependence in the scattering processes taking place in the gas. Here we show… Expand
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