1D systems with identical disorder but independent initial states are coupled via transversal (intertube) tunneling.
Many-Body Localization (MBL) represents a generic alternative to thermalization in isolated quantum systems, it describes interacting systems that cannot act as a bath for themselves and can therefore not be describes by standard statistical physics. Using a gas of ultracold fermions in an optical lattice, we artifically prepare an initial charge density wave in an array of 1D tubes with quasi-random onsite disorder and monitor the subsequent dynamics over several thousand tunneling times. We find a strikingly different behavior between MBL and Anderson Localization. While the non-interacting Anderson case remains localized, in the interacting case any coupling between the tubes leads to a delocalization of the entire system.