A complete adiabatic transport of Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) in a double-well trap is investigated within the mean field approximation. The transfer is driven by the time-dependent (Gaussian) coupling between the wells and their relative detuning. The protocol successfully works in a wide range of both repulsive and attractive BEC interaction. The nonlinear effects caused by the interaction can be turned from detrimental into favourable for the transport. The results are compared with familiar Landau-Zener scenarios using the constant coupling. It is shown that the pulsed Gaussian coupling provides a new transport regime where coupling edges are decisive and convenient switch of the transport is possible.
|Número de artículo
|Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
|Publicada - 2009
|Publicado de forma externa