Supersolid phases of lattice dipoles tilted in three dimensions

@article{Zhang2022SupersolidPO,
  title={Supersolid phases of lattice dipoles tilted in three dimensions},
  author={Jin Zhang and Chao Zhang and Jin Yang and Barbara Capogrosso-Sansone},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2022}
}
By means of quantum Monte Carlo simulations we study phase diagrams of dipolar bosons in a square optical lattice. The dipoles in the system are parallel to each other and their orientation can be fixed in any direction of the three-dimensional space. Starting from experimentally tunable parameters like scattering length and dipolar interaction strength, we derive the parameters entering the effective Hamiltonian. Depending on the direction of the dipoles, various types of supersolids (e.g… 

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