Anderson localization of a weakly interacting onedimensional Bose gas
(2009) In Physical Review A (Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics) 80(3). Abstract
 We consider the phase coherent transport of a quasionedimensional beam of BoseEinstein condensed particles through a disordered potential of length L. Among the possible different types of flow we identified [T. Paul, P. Schlagheck, P. Leboeuf, and N. Pavloff, Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, 210602 (2007)], we focus here on the supersonic stationary regime where Anderson localization exists. We generalize the diffusion formalism of DorokhovMelloPereyraKumar to include interaction effects. It is shown that interactions modify the localization length and also introduce a length scale L* for the disordered region, above which most of the realizations of the random potential lead to timedependent flows. A FokkerPlanck equation for the probability... (More)
 We consider the phase coherent transport of a quasionedimensional beam of BoseEinstein condensed particles through a disordered potential of length L. Among the possible different types of flow we identified [T. Paul, P. Schlagheck, P. Leboeuf, and N. Pavloff, Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, 210602 (2007)], we focus here on the supersonic stationary regime where Anderson localization exists. We generalize the diffusion formalism of DorokhovMelloPereyraKumar to include interaction effects. It is shown that interactions modify the localization length and also introduce a length scale L* for the disordered region, above which most of the realizations of the random potential lead to timedependent flows. A FokkerPlanck equation for the probability density of the transmission coefficient that takes this effect into account is introduced and solved. The theoretical predictions are verified numerically for different types of disordered potentials. Experimental scenarios for observing our predictions are discussed. (Less)
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 Paul, T.; Albert, M.; Schlagheck, Peter ^{LU} ; Leboeuf, P. and Pavloff, N.
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 2009
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 Physical Review A (Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics)
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 80
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 3
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 American Physical Society (APS)
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 10502947
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 10.1103/PhysRevA.80.033615
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