Hybrid synchronization in coupled ultracold atomic gases

  title={Hybrid synchronization in coupled ultracold atomic gases},
  author={Hai-bo Qiu and Roberta Zambrini and Artur Polls and J. Martorell and Bruno Juli'a-D'iaz},
  journal={Physical Review A},
This work was supported by China Scholarship Council, the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grants No. 11104217, No. 11205121, and No. 11402199). We acknowledge also partial financial support from the MINECO (Spain) Grants No. FIS2011-24154, No. FIS2014-54672-P, and No. FIS2014-60343-P; the Generalitat de Catalunya Grant No. 2014SGR-401; and European Union project QuProCS (Grant No. 641277). B.J.-D. is supported by the Ramon y Cajal program. 
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