Binary Bose-Einstein condensates in a disordered time-dependent potential
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter
We study the non-equilibrium evolution of binary Bose-Einstein condensates in the presence of weak random potential with a Gaussian correlation function using the time-dependent perturbation theory. We apply this theory to construct a closed set of equations that highlight the role of the spectacular interplay between the disorder and the interspecies interactions in the time evolution of the density induced by disorder in each component. It is found that this latter increases with time
... localization of both species. The time scale at which the theory remains valid depends on the respective system parameters. We show analytically and numerically that such a system supports a steady state that periodically changing during its time propagation. The obtained dynamical corrections indicate that disorder may transform the system into a stationary out-of-equilibrium states. Understanding this time evolution is pivotal for the realization of Floquet condensates.