Current Research

Our research interests are on theoretical matters related to cold atoms. These span a wide range of very exciting and challenging research areas. Be it the components of a quantum computer, or the physics of fluids, or as simulators of condensed matter systems, it is of immense value to know the collective behaviour of atoms to a fine detail. The characterization of fluctuations in such systems could be far reaching and of fundamental importance.

Recent Publications

1. Finite temperature ferromagnetic transition in coherently coupled Bose gases Arko Roy, Miki Ota, Franco Dalfovo, Alessio Recati Phys. Rev. A 107, 043301 (2023).
2. Oscillating Solitons and AC Josephson Effect in Ferromagnetic Bose-Bose Mixtures Sebastiano Bresolin, Arko Roy, Gabriele Ferrari, Alessio Recati, Nicolas Pavloff Phys. Rev. Lett. 130, 220403 (2023).
3. Collective excitations in cigar-shaped spin-orbit coupled spin-1 Bose-Einstein condensates,Phys. Rev. A 106, 013304 (2022).
4. Quantum-torque-induced breaking of magnetic interfaces in ultracold gases, Nat. Phys. 17, 1359 (2021).
5. Finite temperature spin dynamics of a two-dimensional Bose-Bose atomic mixture, Phys. Rev. Research 3, 013161 (2021).