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    • Cooling quantum gases with entropy localization 

      Ünal F.N.; Mueller E.J. (Institute of Physics Publishing, 2017)
      We study the dynamics of entropy in a time dependent potential and explore how disorder influences this entropy flow. We show that disorder can trap entropy at the edge of the atomic cloud enabling a novel cooling method. ...
    • Examining the annealing schedules for RNA design algorithm 

      Erhan, H. E.; Sav, S.; Kalashnikov, S.; Tsang, H. H. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2016)
      RNA structures are important for many biological processes in the cell. One important function of RNA are as catalytic elements. Ribozymes are RNA sequences that fold to form active structures that catalyze important ...
    • Heat transfer through dipolar coupling: Sympathetic cooling without contact 

      Renklioglu, B.; Tanatar, B.; Oktel, M. Ö. (American Physical Society, 2016)
      We consider two parallel layers of dipolar ultracold Fermi gases at different temperatures and calculate the heat transfer between them. The effective interactions describing screening and correlation effects between the ...
    • Non-linear thermoelectricity and cooling effects in metallic constrictions 

      Kulik, I. O. (Institute of Physics Publishing Ltd., 1994)
      Linear as well as non-linear contributions to the Zeebeck and Peltier coefficients of a metallic film in contact with the equilibrium metal are calculated within a simple model. The non-linear part of the thermoelectric ...
    • q-Gaussian trial function in high density Bose-Einstein condensates 

      Erdemir, E.; Tanatar, B. (Elsevier Science B.V., 2003)
      We study the ground-state static properties of Bose-Einstein condensates in the high density regime using a trial wave function of the form of a q-Gaussian. The flexibility afforded by a q-Gaussian trial function yields ...