CQOM Seminar - Gerhard Zuern: Controlling correlations in few fermion systems
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Speaker: GerhardZuern, University of Heidelberg
Title: Controlling correlations in few fermion systems
Properties of many-body quantum systems are determined by the correlations of the individual particles. Our vision is to engineer many-body or mesoscopic quantum systems from basic building blocks where we can control all degrees of freedom inducing the symmetries between the particles.
I will present the method of deterministic preparation and manipulation of few fermions established in our group in the recent years.
By applying a new imaging technique for light fermions we are now able to coincidently measure the momenta of all particles allowing us to infer n-point correlation functions. Using two fermions in a double well potential we demonstrate that we can modify the two-point correlation function by tuning the interaction or the total spin of the system.
Extending these techniques to a large range of trap geometries including trap arrays will enable the realization of many novel mesoscopic quantum systems.
Coffee/tea and cake will be served from 14:00