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Quantum Battery with Ultracold Atoms: Bosons vs. Fermions

@inproceedings{Konar2021QuantumBW,
  title={Quantum Battery with Ultracold Atoms: Bosons vs. Fermions},
  author={Tanoy Kanti Konar and Leela Ganesh Chandra Lakkaraju and Srijon Ghosh and Aditi Sen De},
  year={2021}
}
We design a quantum battery made up of bosons or fermions in an ultracold atom setup, described by FermiHubbard (FH) and Bose-Hubbard (BH) models respectively. We compare the performance of bosons as well as fermions and check which can act more efficiently as a quantum battery for a given on-site interaction and temperature of the initial state. The performance of a quantum battery is quantified by the maximum power generated over the time evolution under an on-site charging Hamiltonian. We… Expand

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