Rydberg noisy dressing and applications in making soliton molecules and droplet quasicrystals

  title={Rydberg noisy dressing and applications in making soliton molecules and droplet quasicrystals},
  author={Mohammadsadegh Khazali},
  journal={Physical Review Research},
The current advances in the field of ultra-cold atoms and atomic traps recall new controllable long-range interactions. These interactions are expected to extend the range of realizable quantum algorithms as well as providing new control mechanisms for the new types of quantum matters. This article presents special inter-atomic interactions between Rydberg-dressed atoms by manipulating lasers' line-width. The new interaction features a hybrid spatial profile containing plateaus and Gaussian… 

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