Many-body localization due to random interactions

@article{Sierant2017ManybodyLD,
  title={Many-body localization due to random interactions},
  author={Piotr Sierant and Dominique Delande and Jakub J. Zakrzewski},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2017},
  volume={95},
  pages={021601}
}
The possibility of observing many body localization of ultracold atoms in a one dimensional optical lattice is discussed for random interactions. In the non-interacting limit, such a system reduces to single-particle physics in the absence of disorder, i.e. to extended states. In effect the observed localization is inherently due to interactions and is thus a genuine many-body effect. In the system studied, many-body localization manifests itself in a lack of thermalization visible in temporal… Expand

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