3 years ago

One-Dimensional Quantum Systems - From Few to Many Particles.

A. S. Dehkharghani

In this thesis, I go through the well-known solutions to the one and two-particle systems trapped in a quantum harmonic oscillator and then continue to the three, four and many-body quantum systems. This is done by developing new analytical models and numerical methods both for the few- and many-body systems. One-dimensional systems are very interesting in a sense that particles aligned on a line can only change seats by going through each other. This property can be exploited in the strongly interacting regime, where particles are forced to sit in a specific configuration, which can be easily manipulated. The knowledge of how and where the particles are can be exploited in future quantum applications. In short, the thesis is about establishing a solid knowledge about everything that one needs to know about the one-dimensional few- and many-component interacting quantum systems trapped in harmonic oscillator potentials.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.04993

DOI: arXiv:1801.04993v1

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