Quantum ultracold atomtronics

@article{Olsen2015QuantumUA,
  title={Quantum ultracold atomtronics},
  author={Murray K. Olsen and Ashton S. Bradley},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2015},
  volume={91},
  pages={043635}
}
It is known that a semiclassical analysis is not always adequate for atomtronics devices, but that a fully quantum analysis is often necessary to make reliable predictions. While small numbers of atoms at a small number of sites are tractable using the density matrix, a fully quantum analysis is often not straightforward as the system becomes larger. We show that the fully quantum positive-P representation is then a viable calculational tool. We postulate an atomtronic phase gate consisting of… Expand

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