The Biard Lecture - Ultracold atom quantum simulations: Exploring low temperature Fermi-Hubbard phases

Markus Greiner, Professor of Physics, Harvard University



Ultracold-atom model-systems offer a unique way to investigate many-body quantum physics in uncharted regimes. Quantum gas microscopy enables us to "zoom in" on a single particle level. We can explore many-body quantum physics in regimes that are not computationally accessible. In my talk I will present the first observation of an anti-ferromagnetic phase of Fermions in an optical lattice, and the observation of string pattern in the doped Fermi-Hubbard model.