Thermal and Quantum Fluctuation Effects in Quasiperiodic Systems in External Potentials

@article{Cinti2019ThermalAQ,
  title={Thermal and Quantum Fluctuation Effects in Quasiperiodic Systems in External Potentials},
  author={Fabio Cinti and Tommaso Macr{\`i}},
  journal={Condensed Matter},
  year={2019}
}
We analyze the many-body phases of an ensemble of particles interacting via a Lifshitz–Petrich–Gaussian pair potential in a harmonic confinement. We focus on specific parameter regimes where we expect decagonal quasiperiodic cluster arrangements. Performing classical Monte Carlo as well as path integral quantum Monte Carlo methods, we numerically simulate systems of a few thousand particles including thermal and quantum fluctuations. Our findings indicate that the competition between the… 

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