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3D Anderson Transition with Ultracold Atoms

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MWSW02 - Theory of wave scattering in complex and random media

The study of disordered systems with ultracold atoms has attracted a lot of attention over past decade, in particular to investigate the Anderson transition that occurs in three-dimensional systems between localized and diffusive states. However significant discrepancies have been reported between experiments and numerics about the precise location of the mobility edge (energy of the transition), rendering new investigations desirable. In this seminar, I will present recent progress along that line. The method relies on the use of a state-dependent disorder and the controlled spectroscopic transfer of atoms to create well-defined energy states. By scanning the energy across the mobility edge, this method opens new prospects to study the 3D Anderson transition.

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