Bennet, Francis; Alexander, Tristram J; Haslinger, Franz; Mitchell, Arnan; Neshev, Dragomir; Kivshar, Yuri
The coherent transport of nonlinear waves is essential in many phenomena in nature. In contrast to linear waves, the physics becomes complex when wave interactions start to play a role, making laboratory studies difficult. As such, many of the fundamental physical effects of nonlinear waves have been first studied in optics. The recent experimental developments in Bose-Einstein condensates (BEC) opened the way for many analogous experiments with intense sources of coherent matter waves.
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