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Dipolar spinor Bose-Einstein condensates
Su Yi,Han Pu
Physics , 2008,
Abstract: Under many circumstances, the only important two-body interaction between atoms in ultracold dilute atomic vapors is the short-ranged isotropic s-wave collision. Recent studies have shown, however, that situations may arise where the dipolar interaction between atomic magnetic or electric dipole moments can play a significant role. The long-range anisotropic nature of the dipolar interaction greatly enriches the static and dynamic properties of ultracold atoms. In the case of dipolar spinor condensates, the interplay between the dipolar interaction and the spin exchange interaction may lead to nontrivial spin textures. Here we pay particular attention to the spin vortex state that is analogous to the magnetic vortex found in thin magnetic films.
Spin Mixing in Spinor Fermi Gases
Ying Dong,Han Pu
Physics , 2013, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.87.043610
Abstract: We study a spinor fermionic system under the effect of spin-exchange interaction. We focus on the interplay between the spin-exchange interaction and the effective quadratic Zeeman shift. We examine the static and the dynamic properties of both two- and many-body system. We find that the spin-exchange interaction induces coherent Rabi oscillation in the two-body system, but the oscillation is quickly damped when the system is extended to the many-body case.
Angular spin-orbit coupling in cold atoms
Michael DeMarco,Han Pu
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.91.033630
Abstract: We propose coupling two internal atomic states using a pair of Raman beams operated in Laguerre-Gaussian laser modes with unequal phase windings. This generates a coupling between the atom's pseudo-spin and its orbital angular momentum. We analyze the single-particle properties of the system using realistic parameters and provide detailed studies of the spin texture of the ground state. Finally, we consider a weakly interacting atomic condensate subject to this angular spin-orbit coupling and show how the inter-atomic interactions modifies the single-particle physics.
Phase Separation in Bose-Fermi-Fermi Mixtures as a Probe of Fermi Superfluidity
S. G. Bhongale,Han Pu
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.78.061606
Abstract: We study the phase diagram of a mixture of Bose-Einstein condensate and a two-component Fermi gas. In particular, we identify the regime where the homogeneous system becomes unstable against phase separation. We show that, under proper conditions, the phase separation phenomenon can be exploited as a robust probe of Fermi superfluid.
Dissociation dynamics of a Bose-Einstein condensate of molecules
Michael W. Jack,Han Pu
Physics , 2005, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.72.063625
Abstract: An unstable condensate of diatomic molecules will coherently disassociate into correlated pairs of atoms. This dissociation process exhibits very rich quantum dynamics depending on the quantum statistics of the constituent atoms. We show that in the case of bosonic atoms Bose-enhancement can lead to stimulated dissociation, whereas, in the case of fermions Pauli-blocking of the available states and a build-up of coherence between molecules and atom pairs can give rise to incomplete dissociation of the molecules and transient association-dissociation oscillations.
Stellar kinematics and populations out to 1.5 effective radius in the elliptical galaxy NGC4636
S. B. Pu,Z. Han
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1088/1674-4527/11/8/005
Abstract: We present high quality long slit spectra along the major and minor axes out to 1.5 effective radius ($R_e$) of the massive galaxy NGC4636 taken by Hobby-Eberly Telescope (HET). Using Fourier Correlation Quotient (FCQ) method, we measured the stellar line-of-sight velocity distribution along the axes. Furthermore, six Lick/IDS indices ($H\beta,Mgb,Fe_{5015},Fe_{5270},Fe_{5335},Fe_{5406}$) are derived from the clean spectrum. By comparing the measured absorption line strengths with the predictions of Simple Stellar Populations (SSP) models, we derived ages, total metallicity and $\alpha$ abundance profiles of the galaxy. This galaxy presents old and $[\alpha/Fe]$ over abundant stellar populations. Indeed, using the SSP model, we obtained the broadband color profiles. The theoretical colors match well with the measured colors and present red sharp peaks at the galaxy center. The sharp peaks of the colors are mainly shaped by the high metallicity in the galaxy center. Interestingly, the galaxy has steep negative metallicity gradients, but trend flattens outwards. This result likly suggests that the center and outer regions of the galaxy formed through different formation process.
Adaptive generalized functional synchronization of chaotic systems with unknown parameters

Wang Dong-Feng,Han Pu,

中国物理 B , 2008,
Abstract: A universal adaptive generalized functional synchronization approach to any two different or identical chaotic systems with unknown parameters is proposed, based on a unified mathematical expression of a large class of chaotic system. Self-adaptive parameter law and control law are given in the form of a theorem. The synchronization between the three-dimensional R\"{o}ssler chaotic system and the four-dimensional Chen's hyper-chaotic system is studied as an example for illustration. The computer simulation results demonstrate the feasibility of the method proposed.
Research on a Modified Smith Predictive Control Scheme of Main Steam Temperature of Circulating Fluidized Bed
Dong Ze,Meng Lei,Han Pu
Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology , 2012,
Abstract: In order to solve the current difficulties of modeling for designing Intelligent Service Mobile Robot (ISMR), a new modeling method based on metasynthesis is proposed from the macro and micro levels. And the system analysis and design agent-oriented based on POMDP are provided in the same time. Finally, the two case studies are given and the experimental results have shown efficiency and rationality of this modeling method.
Self-trapping of a Fermi super-fluid in a double-well potential in the BEC-unitarity crossover
S. K. Adhikari,Hong Lu,Han Pu
Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.80.063607
Abstract: We derive a generalized Gross-Pitaevskii density-functional equation appropriate to study the Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) of dimers formed of singlet spin-half Fermi pairs in the BEC-unitarity crossover while the dimer-dimer scattering length $a$ changes from 0 to $\infty$. Using an effective one-dimensional form of this equation, we study the phenomenon of dynamical self-trapping of a cigar-shaped Fermi super-fluid in the entire BEC-unitarity crossover in a double-well potential. A simple two-mode model is constructed to provide analytical insights. We also discuss the consequence of our study on the self-trapping of an atomic BEC in a double-well potential.
Phase space deformation of a trapped dipolar Fermi gas
Takahiko Miyakawa,Takaaki Sogo,Han Pu
Physics , 2007, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.77.061603
Abstract: We consider a system of quantum degenerate spin polarized fermions in a harmonic trap at zero temperature, interacting via dipole-dipole forces. We introduce a variational Wigner function to describe the deformation and compression of the Fermi gas in phase space and use it to examine the stability of the system. We emphasize the important roles played by the Fock exchange term of the dipolar interaction which results in a non-spherical Fermi surface.
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