Visualizing Anderson Localization in 3d using Monte Carlo method

Physics – Condensed Matter – Quantum Gases

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We study the effect of Anderson localization on a Bose-Einstein condesate in 3d in a disordered potential by Feynman-Kac path integral technique. Simulations are performed in continuous space using canonical ensemble. Owing to the high degree of control over the system parameters we also study the interplay of disorder and interaction in the system. We numerically compute the localization length, mobility edge and the density profile of the condensate. We observe that as the interaction strength increases, the wave functions become more and more delocalized.

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