Realizing quantum Ising models in tunable two-dimensional arrays of single Rydberg atoms

  title={Realizing quantum Ising models in tunable two-dimensional arrays of single Rydberg atoms},
  author={Henning Labuhn and Daniel Barredo and S. Ravets and Sylvain de L'es'eleuc and Tommaso Macr{\`i} and Thierry Lahaye and Antoine Browaeys},
Spin models are the prime example of simplified manybody Hamiltonians used to model complex, real-world strongly correlated materials. However, despite their simplified character, their dynamics often cannot be simulated exactly on classical computers as soon as the number of particles exceeds a few tens. For this reason, the quantum simulation of spin Hamiltonians using the tools of atomic and molecular physics has become very active over the last years, using ultracold atoms or molecules in… Expand

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