CCQ Lunch Seminar - Juan Sánchez-Baena: Temperature induced density modulation in dipolar Bose-Einstein condensates
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Over the past decade, dipolar systems have gathered major experimental and theoretical interest due to the rich physics they give rise to. Extensive studies have been carried out to unravel the physics of bosonic dipolar gases at zero temperature, which led to the discovery of dilute dipole droplets and supersolid-like states in these systems, both of which are the result of the key role played by quantum fluctuations. Recently, the experimental study of a dipolar Bose gas at non-zero temperature  brought interest to the finite temperature regime, for which a suitable theoretical description of these systems is still lacking. In this talk, we present a possible theoretical framework to properly characterize the effect of temperature in dipolar Bose gases and show results that agree with the qualitative physics showcased in the recent experiment.
 Phys. Rev. Lett. 126, 233401 (2021)