Ultracold atomic gases play crucial roles in revealing nontrivial quantum transport phenomena. Especially, quantum transport of weakly-interacting Bose gases would be interesting in that the realizations with condensed-matter systems are difficult. In this poster, I focus on two-terminal transport systems with Bose-Einstein condensates. In spite of the formal similarity with fermionic superconducting systems, it is shown that the current-bias characteristics in Bose-Einstein condensates is quite different due to the presence of a unique transport process existing in the condensates.
|Presenter name||Shun Uchino|
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