People: Fabian Grusdt

  1. A. Bohrdt, A. Omran, E. Demler, F. Grusdt, and S. Gazit. Multiparticle Interactions for Ultracold Atoms in Optical Tweezers: Cyclic Ring-Exchange Terms. Phys. Rev. Lett., 124(073601), 2020.
  2. A. Bohrdt, E. Demler, M. Knap, F. Grusdt, and F. Pollman. Parton theory of ARPES spectra in antiferromagnetic Mott insulators. Phys. Rev. B, 102(035139), 2020.
  3. E. Demler, M. Goldman, F. Grusdt, L. Barbiero, C. Schweizer, and M. Aidelsburger. Coupling ultracold matter to dynamical gauge fields in optical lattices: From flux attachment to ℤ2 lattice gauge theories. Science Advances, 5(10), 2019.
  4. F. Grusdt, E. Demler, J. Koepsell, J. Vijayan, P. Sompet, T. Hilker, G. Salomon, I. Bloch, and C. Gross. Imaging magnetic polarons in the doped Fermi–Hubbard model. Nature, 572:358–362, 2019.
  5. F. Grusdt, A. Bohrdt, E. Demler, Microscopic spinon-chargon theory of magnetic polarons in the t − J model. Phys. Rev. B, 99(224422), 2019.
  6. C. Chiu, G. Ji, A. Bohrdt, M. Xu, M. Knap, E. Demler, F. Grusdt, M. Greiner, D. Greif, String patterns in the doped Hubbard model. Science July 2019.
  7. F. Grusdt, N. Yao, E. Demler, Topological polarons, quasiparticle invariants, and their detection in one-dimensional symmetry-protected phases. Phys. Rev. B, 100(075126), 2019.
  8. F. Grusdt, M. Kanasz-Nagy, A. Bohrdt, C. Chiu, G. Ji, M. Greiner, D. Greif, E. Demler, Parton theory of magnetic polarons: Mesonic resonances and signatures in dynamics. Physical Review X, 8(011046), 2018.
  9. F. Grusdt, Y. Shchadilova, E. Demler, and K. Seetharam. Strong-coupling Bose polarons out of equilibrium: Dynamical renormalization-group approach. Phys. Rev. A, 97(033612), March 2018.
  10. A. Mazurenko, C. Chiu, G. Ji, M. Parsons, M. Kanasz-Nagy, R. Schmidt, F. Grusdt, E. Demler, D. Greif, M. Greiner, A cold-atom Fermi-Hubbard antiferromagnet. Nature, 545, May 2017.
  11. F. Grusdt, E. Demler, and G. E. Astrakharchik. Bose polarons in ultracold atoms in one dimension: beyond the Fröhlich paradigm. New Journal of Physics, 19(103035), October 2017.
  12. M. Kanasz-Nagy, F. Grusdt, D. Greif, M. Greiner, E. Demler, and I. Lovas. Quantum Correlations at infinite temperature: the dynamical Nagaoka effect. Physical Review B, 96(014303), 2017.
  13. F. Grusdt, A. Omran, E. Demler, T. A. Hilker, G. Salomon, M. Boll, I. Bloch, and C. Gross. Revealing Hidden Antiferromagnetic Correlations in Doped Hubbard Chains via String Correlators. Science, 357(6350):484-487, August 2017.
  14. F. Grusdt, R. Schmidt, Y. Shchadilova, E. Demler, Strong coupling Bose polarons in a BEC. Phys. Rev. A, 96(013607), July 2017.
  15. F. Grusdt, T. Li, E. Demler, and I. Bloch. Tunable spin-orbit coupling for ultracold atoms in optical lattices. Phys. Rev. A, 95(063617), June 2017.
  16. F. Grusdt, E. Demler, M. Endres, M. Schleier-Smith, L. Duca, M. Reitter, I. Bloch, U. Schneider, and T. Li. Bloch state tomography using Wilson lines. Science, 352, 2016.
  17. F. Grusdt, M. Lukin, E. Demler, N. Yao, B. Swingle, D.M. Stamper-Kurn, and J.E. Moore. Interferometric Approach to Probing Fast Scrambling.
  18. F. Grusdt, N. Yao, D. Abanin, E. Demler, and M. Fleischhauer. Interferometric Measurements of Many-body Topological Invariants using Mobile Impurities. Nature Communications, 7(11994), June 2016.
  19. F. Grusdt, E. Demler, and A.N. Rubtsov. Polaronic mass renormalization of impurities in BEC: correlated Gaussian wavefunction approach., 1410:5691, 2014.
  20. A. Shashi, F. Grusdt, and D. Abanin. Radio-frequency spectroscopy of polarons in ultracold Bose gases. Physical Review A, 89:053617, 2014.
Thu May 2, 2019

String patterns in the doped Hubbard model

Understanding strongly correlated quantum many-body states is one of the most thought-provoking challenges in modern research. For example, the Hubbard model, describing strongly correlated electrons in solids, still contains fundamental open questions on its phase diagram. In this work we realize the Hubbard Hamiltonian and search for specific patterns within many individual images of realizations...
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Past Events
Tue October 10, 2017 4:00 pm

Triple Feature

Location:Harvard Jefferson 250

Triple feature presented by three CUA members. Each will speak for 20 minutes and then there will be a question and answer period for 5 minutes. Topics will include the following:

“Long-lived Ultracold Triplet Molecules,” presented by Alan Jamison

“Meson theory of magnetic polarons in hole-doped anti-ferromagnets” presented by Fabian Grusdt

“Probing many-body dynamics on a 51-atom quantum simulator,” presented by Hannes Bernien.






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