Strongly-correlated Fermi systems




In our experiment, we produce ultracold fermionic matter of 6-lithium atoms using the combination of standard laser cooling and optical trapping techniques. Interactions between the atoms are tuned close to magnetic Feshbach resonances, allowing the study





We can project micron-scale light potentials onto quasi-2D degenerate Fermi gases of 6Li using the combination of digital micromirror devices, DMD, and high resolution microscope objective. These new tools will enable exciting investigations of quantum tr



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Fermions with tunable interactions and confinement, imaged and manipulated with high spatial resolution using a microscope objective: In our lab we produce ultracold Fermi gases of 6Li to explore out-of-equilibrium dynamics and transport phenomena in strongly correlated fermionic matter. Atoms are confined and driven using arbitrarily tailored optical potentials, simulating the motion of electrons in solid state devices. Our main goal is to study mass and spin transport in two-dimensions and to investigate strongly correlated phases, such as superfluids and unitary gases and their robustness against disorder.


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Del Pace Giulia
Fedrizzi Marco
Kwon Woo Jin
Roati Giacomo
Scazza Francesco
Xhani Klejdja

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