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Quantum Simulations with Cold Atoms: Challenges and proposed Solutions

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At present, there is a worldwide effort to use cold atoms to simulate strongly interacting electron systems in solids. This is a highly ambitious program with potentially enormous payoff. This program, however, faces serious challenges. It requires reaching entropy regimes considerably lower than those in current experiments. In addition, to fulfill its promise, one has to be able to deduce the properties of bulk systems entirely form the data of trapped gases. In this talk, we shall discuss methods to overcome these challenges. The scheme we proposed for deducing bulk properties has been recently applied by the Paris group with success.

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