Carsten Honerkamp

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We consider extended Hubbard models with repulsive interactions on a honeycomb lattice, and the transitions from the semimetal to Mott insulating phases at half-filling. Because of the frustrated nature of the second-neighbor interactions, topological Mott phases displaying the quantum Hall and the quantum spin Hall effects are found for spinless and spin(More)
We study fermionic atoms of three different internal quantum states (colors) in an optical lattice, which are interacting through attractive on site interactions, U<0. Using a variational calculation for equal color densities and small couplings, |U|<|UC|, a color superfluid state emerges with a tendency to domain formation. For |U|>|UC|, triplets of atoms(More)
We propose an effective model for the superconducting transition in the high-T(c) cuprates motivated by the SU(2) gauge theory approach. In addition to variations of the superconducting phase we allow for local admixture of staggered flux order. This leads to an unbinding transition of vortices with a staggered flux core that are energetically preferable to(More)
We investigate the fermionic SU(N) Hubbard model on the two-dimensional square lattice for weak to moderate interactions using renormalization group and mean-field methods. For the repulsive case U>0 at half filling and small N the dominant tendency is towards breaking of the SU(N) symmetry. For N>6 staggered flux order takes over as the dominant(More)
Using a combination of quantum Monte Carlo simulations, functional renormalization group calculations and mean-field theory, we study the Hubbard model on the Bernal-stacked honeycomb bilayer at half-filling as a model system for bilayer graphene. The free bands consisting of two Fermi points with quadratic dispersions lead to a finite density of states at(More)
We use exact diagonalization to determine the spectrum of reduced Hamiltonians based on renormalization group flows to strong coupling. For the half-filled two-leg Hubbard ladder we reproduce the known insulating d-Mott ground state with spin and charge gaps. For the saddle point regions of the two-dimensional Hubbard model near half filling we find a(More)
We use the functional renormalization group to analyze the temperature dependence of the quasiparticle scattering rates in the two-dimensional Hubbard model below half-filling. Using a band structure appropriate to overdoped Tl2Ba2CuO6+x we find a strongly angle-dependent term linearly dependent on temperature which derives from an increasing scattering(More)
We study staggered flux fluctuations around the superconducting state of the SU(2) mean-field theory for the two-dimensional t-J model and their effect on the electron spectral function. The quasiparticle peaks near (pi,0),(0,pi) get strongly broadened and partially wiped out by these fluctuations while the quasiparticle peaks near the nodes of the d-wave(More)
A highly unconventional superconducting state with a spin-singlet dx2-y2+/-idxy-wave, or chiral d-wave symmetry has recently been suggested to emerge from electron-electron interactions in doped graphene. It has been argued that graphene doped to the van Hove singularity at 1/4 doping, where the density of states diverge, is particularly likely to be a(More)
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