Ultracold superstrings in atomic boson-fermion mixtures.

@article{Snoek2005UltracoldSI,
  title={Ultracold superstrings in atomic boson-fermion mixtures.},
  author={Michiel Snoek and Masudul Haque and Stefan Vandoren and H. T. C. Stoof},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2005},
  volume={95 25},
  pages={
          250401
        }
}
We propose a setup with ultracold atomic gases that can be used to make a nonrelativistic superstring in four spacetime dimensions. In particular, we consider for the creation of the superstring a fermionic atomic gas that is trapped in the core of a vortex in a Bose-Einstein condensate. We explain the required tuning of experimental parameters to achieve supersymmetry between the fermionic atoms and the bosonic modes describing the oscillations in the vortex position. Furthermore, we discuss… Expand
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