Shumway Research Group

Department of PhysicsArizona State UniversityTempe • AZ
Research in Path Integral Simulations, Quantum States of Matter, and Nanoscale Electronics

Ultracold Trapped Atoms

One of the biggest advances in condensed matter physics in recent years is new experimental connections to atomic physics. By cooling atoms to nanokelvin temperatures on atomic lattice, scientists have created new realizations of common condensed matter models. We use path integral methods to study properties of bosonic and fermionic atoms in optical lattices.




online simulations coming soon to NCN nanoHUB