## Section: New Results

### Traveling waves for some nonlocal 1D Gross-Pitaevskii equations with nonzero conditions at infinity

The nonlocal Gross-Pitaevskii equation is a model that appears naturally in several areas of quantum physics, for instance in the description of superfluids and in optics when dealing with thermo-optic materials because the thermal nonlinearity is usually highly nonlocal. A. de Laire and P. Mennuni have considered a nonlocal family of Gross–Pitaevskii equations in dimension one, and they have provided in [27] conditions on the nonlocal interaction such that there is a branch of traveling waves solutions with nonvanishing conditions at infinity. Moreover, they showed that the branch is orbitally stable. In this manner, this result generalizes known properties for the contact interaction given by a Dirac delta function. Their proof relies on the minimization of the energy at fixed momentum.