Quantum simulations with ultracold quantum gases

  title={Quantum simulations with ultracold quantum gases},
  author={I. Bloch and J. Dalibard and S. Nascimbene},
  journal={Nature Physics},
  • I. Bloch, J. Dalibard, S. Nascimbene
  • Published 2012
  • Physics
  • Nature Physics
  • Experiments with ultracold quantum gases provide a platform for creating many-body systems that can be well controlled and whose parameters can be tuned over a wide range. These properties put these systems in an ideal position for simulating problems that are out of reach for classical computers. This review surveys key advances in this field and discusses the possibilities offered by this approach to quantum simulation. 
    879 Citations

    Figures from this paper

    Simulating quantum fields with cavity QED.
    • 31
    • PDF
    Quantum simulations with trapped ions
    • 813
    • PDF
    Photonic quantum simulators
    • 534
    • PDF
    Towards quantum simulations with circular Rydberg atoms
    • 31
    • PDF
    Quantum simulations with ultracold atoms in optical lattices
    • 378
    • PDF
    Fast Gates Allow Large-Scale Quantum Simulation with Trapped Ions
    • 3


    Superfluid Fermi gases with large scattering length.
    • 309
    • PDF
    Optical flux lattices for ultracold atomic gases.
    • N. Cooper
    • Physics, Medicine
    • Physical review letters
    • 2011
    • 110
    • PDF
    Many-Body Physics with Ultracold Gases
    • 4,249
    • PDF
    The cold atom Hubbard toolbox
    • 654
    • PDF
    Feshbach resonances in ultracold gases
    • 363
    • PDF
    Universal Cooling Scheme for Quantum Simulation
    • 18
    • PDF