【报告题目】One-dimensional Fermi gases with odd-wave interaction
【报 告 人】崔晓玲 博士，中科院物理所
In this talk, I will discuss the intriguing physics induced by odd-wave interaction in one-dimensional(1D) Fermi gases. First, I will show that by applying a weak odd-wave attraction (or repulsion), the long-sought magnetic orders of itinerant Ferromagnetism (or Neel anti-ferromagnetism) can be conveniently engineered in the strongly interacting spin-1/2 trapped Fermi gas. Second, I will show that a spinless Fermi gas near odd-wave resonance and confined in optical lattices can be a promising system to realize the Kitaev chain model. By exactly solving the two-body problem we establish an effective lattice model for lowest-band fermions, which paves the way for quantum simulating Majorana fermions in 1D odd-wave interacting atomic systems.
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