Cold Atom Theory



Amazing phenomena, such as laser light, superconductivity and superfluidity,
emerge at a macroscopic level from the quantum coherence of
the microscopic particles involved.
We investigate the the very close connection between these
phenomena and the recent developments of quantum information.
In particular, our group studies theoretically
macroscopic quantum phenomena which are currently under intensive
investigations all over the world: Bose-Einstein condensation with
ultracold atoms, topological quantum states, solitons,
and Josephson junctions. Our results are always compared with the
available experimental data.


S. Wimberger, G. Manganelli, A. Brollo, and L. Salasnich,
Finite-size effects in a bosonic Josephson junction,
Phys. Rev. A 103, 023326 (2021).

A. Cidrim, L. Salasnich, and T. Macrì,
Soliton trains after interaction quenches in Bose mixtures,
New J. Phys. 23, 023022 (2021).

F. Pascucci and L. Salasnich,
Josephson effect with superfluid fermions in the
two-dimensional BCS-BEC crossover,
Phys. Rev. A 102, 013325 (2020).

A. Tononi, F. Toigo, S. Wimberger, A. Cappellaro, and L. Salasnich,
Dephasing-rephasing dynamics of one-dimensional tunneling quasicondensates,
New J. Phys. 22, 073020 (2020).

A. Tononi, F. Cinti, and L. Salasnich,
Quantum Bubbles in Microgravity,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 010402 (2020).