Mathematical Physics--Quantum droplet simulations
||Mathematical Physics--Quantum droplet simulations|
||NAISS Small Compute|
||Koushik Mukherjee <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
||2023-03-30 – 2024-04-01|
Quantum droplets are a new form of matter that has recently been observed in Bose-Einstein condensates. These droplets are stabilized by a balance between attractive and repulsive forces, and their properties are determined by quantum fluctuations. Unlike conventional droplets, which are held together by surface tension, quantum droplets have a unique stability that arises from their quantum nature. The study of quantum droplets in Bose-Einstein condensates is an exciting area of research that has the potential to shed new light on the behaviour of matter at the quantum level.