Hao Lee

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High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (2)
 
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We study the phase diagram of fermionic polar molecules in a bilayer system, with an imbalance of molecular densities of the layers. For the imbalance exceeding a critical value the system undergoes a transition from the uniform interlayer superfluid to the Fulde-Ferrell-Larkin-Ovchinnikov (FFLO) state with a stripe structure, and at sufficiently large imbalance a transition from the FFLO to normal phase. Compared to the case of contact interactions, the FFLO regime is enhanced by the long-range character of the interlayer dipolar interaction, which can combine the s-wave and p-wave pairing in the order parameter. Read More

We investigate the critical behaviors of correlation length and critical exponents for strongly interacting bosons in a two-dimensional optical lattice via quantum Monte Carlo simulations. By comparing the full numerical results to those given by the effective theory, we quantitatively determine the critical regime where the universal scaling behaviors applies for both classical Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless transition at a finite temperature and quantum phase transition from superfluid to Mott insulator. Our results show that the critical regime can be as large as a few lattice sites in optical lattice and should be observable in present experimental conditions. Read More

A single-walled carbon nanotube presents a seamless cylindrical graphene surface and is thus an ideal adsorption substrate for investigating the physics of atoms and molecules in two dimensions and approaching the one-dimensional limit. When a suspended nanotube is made into a transistor, frequency shifts of its mechanical resonances allow precise measurement of the adsorbed mass down to the single-atom level. Here we show that its electrical characteristics are also modified by the adsorbed atoms and molecules, partly as a result of a small charge transfer between them and the carbon surface. Read More

We study the two-dimensional Bose-Hubbard model with anisotropic hopping. Focusing on the effects of anisotropy on the superfluid properties such like the helicity modulus and the normal-to-superfluid (Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless, BKT) transition temperature, two different approaches are compared: Large-scale Quantum Monte Carlo simulations and the self-consistent harmonic approximation (SCHA). For the latter, two different formulations are considered, one applying near the isotropic limit and the other applying in the extremely anisotropic limit. Read More

We reexamine a recent result within a nonrelativistic constituent quark model (NRCQM) which maintains that the uuds\bar s component in the proton has its uuds subsystem in P state, with its \bar s in S state (configuration I). When the result are corrected, contrary to the previous result, we find that all the empirical signs of the form factors data can be described by the lowest-lying uuds\bar s configuration with \bar s in P state that has its uuds subsystem in $S$ state (configuration II). Further, it is also found that the removal of the center-of-mass (CM) motion of the clusters will enhance the contributions of the transition current considerably. Read More

We reexamine, within the nonrelativistic constituent quark model (NRCQM), a recent claim that the current data on the strangeness form factors indicates that the uuds\bar{s} component in the proton is such that the uuds subsystem has the mixed spatial symmetry [31]_X and flavor spin symmetry [4]_{FS}[22]_F[22]_S, with \bar{s} in S state (configuration I). We find this claim to be invalid if corrected expressions for the contributions of the transition current to G_A^s and G_E^s are used. We show that, instead, it is the lowest-lying uuds\bar{s} configuration with uuds subsystem of completely symmetric spatial symmetry [4]_X and flavor spin symmetry [4]_{FS}[22]_F[22]_S, with \bar{s} in P state (configuration II), which could account for the empirical signs of all form factors G_E^s, G_M^s, and G_A^s. Read More