PMID: 23031114Oct 4, 2012Paper

Nonequilibrium dynamic critical scaling of the quantum Ising chain

Physical Review Letters
Michael KolodrubetzDavid A Huse

Abstract

We solve for the time-dependent finite-size scaling functions of the one-dimensional transverse-field Ising chain during a linear-in-time ramp of the field through the quantum critical point. We then simulate Mott-insulating bosons in a tilted potential, an experimentally studied system in the same equilibrium universality class, and demonstrate that universality holds for the dynamics as well. We find qualitatively athermal features of the scaling functions, such as negative spin correlations, and we show that they should be robustly observable within present cold atom experiments.

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