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Interaction-induced directed transport in quantum chaotic systems

@inproceedings{Paul2022InteractioninducedDT,
  title={Interaction-induced directed transport in quantum chaotic systems},
  author={Sanku Paul and J. Bharathi Kannan and M. S. Santhanam},
  year={2022}
}
Quantum directed transport can be realized in non-interacting, deterministic, chaotic systems by appropriately breaking the spatio-temporal symmetries in the potential. In this work, the focus is on the class of interacting quantum systems whose classical limit is chaotic. In this limit, one subsystem effectively acts as a source of “noise” to the other leading to temporal symmetry breaking. Thus, the quantum directed currents can be generated with two ingredients – broken spatial symmetry in… 

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