We evaluate the spectral properties of the Goldstino in a Bose-Fermi mixture of cold atoms and molecules whose dynamics is governed by a supersymmetric hamiltonian. Model independent results are obtained from sum rules obeyed by the spectral function. We carry out specific calculations, at zero and finite temperature, using the Random Phase Approximation, and obtain in particular analytic expressions for the dispersion relation at small momentum. These explicit calculations allow us to pin down more precisely the features of the Goldstino that can be attributed to the supersymmetry alone, together with its spontaneous breaking. The anomalous large effect of the Fermi sea at moderate and large momenta is emphasized.
Date of publication:
Phys. Rev. A 92, 063629 (2015)