April 2021 - March 2022


Optical trap for an atom around the midpoint between two coupled identical parallel optical nanofibers
F. Le Kien, S. Nic Chormaic, and Th. Busch
arXiv:2104.11381 (2021).

Probing the edge between integrability and quantum chaos in interacting few-atom systems
Thomás Fogarty, Miguel Angel Garcia-March, Lea F. Santos, N.L. Harshman
arXiv:2104.12934 (2021)

The quantum solitons atomtronic interference device
Juan Polo, Piero Naldesi, Anna Minguzzi, Luigi Amico
arXiv:2012.06269 (2021)

Connecting scrambling and work statistics for short-range interactions in the harmonic oscillator
Mathias Mikkelsen, Thomás Fogarty, Thomas Busch
arXiv:2009.14478 (2020)

Simplifying multi-level thermal machines using virtual qubits
Ayaka Usui, Wolfgang Niedenzu, Marcus Huber
arXiv:2009.03832 (2020)

Oscillating superflow in multicomponent Bose-Einstein condensates
Angela White, Thomas Busch
arXiv:1712.07363 (2017)


Peer Reviewed Reprints

Simulating the same physics with two distinct Hamiltonians
Karol Gietka, Ayaka Usui, Jianqiao Deng, Thomas Busch
arXiv:2007.06740 (2020) (accepted for publication in Phys. Rev. Lett. as Editors' Suggestion)

Cavity magnomechanical storage and retrieval of quantum states
B. Sarma, Th. Busch, and J. Twamley 
New J. Phys. 23, 043041 (2021).

Cavity-enhanced magnetometer with a spinor Bose–Einstein condensate
K. Gietka, F. Mivehvar, and Th. Busch
New J. Phys. 23 043020 (2021)

Spatial distributions of the fields in guided normal modes of two coupled parallel optical nanofibers
Fam Le Kien, Lewis Ruks, Sile Nic Chormaic, Thomas Busch
New J. Phys. 23 043006 (2021).