30 July 2019 Saeed Abedinpour


Speaker: Saeed Abedinpour
Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences
Title: Quasiparticle properties and competing orders in ultra-cold gases with long-range interactions
Date: July 30, 2019
Time: 10:00
Cookie & Tea: SCI 103, 09:45
Place: SCI 103
web: https://physics-seminars.ku.edu.tr/

Ultra-cold atomic systems offer a unique opportunity for studying and simulating quantum many-body problems. The unprecedented controllability of these systems combined with the advanced experimental detection techniques has made them the ideal tool for testing different theoretical models relevant to condensed matter physics, quantum chemistry, etc. Ultra-cold gases with long-range interactions have been successfully trapped and cooled down to the quantum degeneracy regime in recent years. In this talk, I will discuss several low-dimensional setups of ultra-cold gases with dipole-dipole and Rydberg interactions and will show how different phases can emerge in these systems.

  1. A. Mazloom and S. H. Abedinpour, “Interplay of interlayer pairing and many-body screening in a bilayer of dipolar fermions”, Phys. Rev. B 98, 014513 (2018).
  2. A. Mazloom and S. H. Abedinpour, “Superfluidity in density imbalanced bilayers of dipolar fermions”, Phys. Rev. B 96, 064513 (2017).
  3. I. Seydi, S. H. Abedinpour, R. Asgari, B. Tanatar, “Composite quasiparticles in strongly correlated dipolar Fermi liquids”, Phys. Rev. A 98, 063623 (2018).
  4. R. Khasseh, S. H. Abedinpour, and B. Tanatar, “Phase diagram and dynamics of Rydberg-dressed fermions in two dimensions”, Phys. Rev. A 96, 053611 (2017).
  5. I. Seydi, S. H. Abedinpour, R. E. Zillich, R. Asgari, and B. Tanatar, “Rotons and Bose condensation in Rydberg-dressed Bose Gases”, arXiv: 1905.01643

 Short Bio:
Saeed Abedinpour is an associate professor of physics at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences (IASBS), Zanjan, Iran. He got his Ph.D. in 2007 from Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy under the supervision of Prof. Mario P. Tosi. After two years of postdoctoral research in the group of Prof. Giovanni Vignale at the University of Missouri, and short visits to IPM in Tehran and Bilkent University in Ankara, he joined IASBS in 2010. His main research interest is different aspects of the quantum many-body theory. In particular, he is interested in strongly interacting ultra-cold systems, transport and optical properties of topological materials and low-dimensional electronic systems.