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Monte Carlo study of quantum phase transitions at zero temperature

@inproceedings{Osychenko2012MonteCS,
  title={Monte Carlo study of quantum phase transitions at zero temperature},
  author={O. N. Osychenko},
  year={2012}
}
The Thesis is devoted to simulations of quantum phase transitions by means of Quantum Monte Carlo techniques. Quantum phase transition is a transition between phases at zero or low enough temperature, where quantum effects play an important role. The recent advances in the field of ultracold atom manipulation and optical lattices allowed to produce the systems with unique properties. This opened a perspective to observe quantum phase transitions in many-body systems with non-trivial… 

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