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A controlled expansion for certain non-Fermi liquid metals

- David F. Mross, J. McGreevy, Hong Liu, T. Senthil
- Physics
- 4 March 2010

The destruction of Fermi liquid behavior when a gapless Fermi surface is coupled to a fluctuating gapless boson field is studied theoretically. This problem arises in a number of different contexts… Expand

Cooper pairing in non-Fermi liquids

- M. Metlitski, David F. Mross, S. Sachdev, T. Senthil
- Physics
- 1 March 2015

States of matter with a sharp Fermi surface but no well-defined Landau quasiparticles arise in a number of physical systems. Examples include (i) quantum critical points associated with the onset of… Expand

Theory of Disorder-Induced Half-Integer Thermal Hall Conductance.

- David F. Mross, Y. Oreg, A. Stern, Gilad Margalit, M. Heiblum
- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 16 November 2017

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Symmetry and duality in bosonization of two-dimensional Dirac fermions

- David F. Mross, J. Alicea, O. Motrunich
- Physics
- 2 May 2017

Recent work on a family of boson-fermion mappings has emphasized the interplay of symmetry and duality: Phases related by a particle-vortex duality of bosons (fermions) are related by time-reversal… Expand

Explicit Derivation of Duality between a Free Dirac Cone and Quantum Electrodynamics in (2+1) Dimensions.

- David F. Mross, J. Alicea, O. Motrunich
- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 28 October 2015

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Are non-Fermi-liquids stable to Cooper pairing?

- M. Metlitski, David F. Mross, S. Sachdev, T. Senthil
- Physics
- 14 March 2014

States of matter with a sharp Fermi-surface but no well-defined Landau quasiparticles arise in a number of physical systems. Examples include: (i) quantum critical points associated with the onset of… Expand

Charge Friedel oscillations in a Mott insulator

- David F. Mross, T. Senthil
- Physics
- 14 July 2010

When a metal undergoes a transition to an insulator it will lose its electronic Fermi surface. Interestingly in some situations a `ghost' Fermi surface of electrically neutral spin carrying fermions… Expand

Composite Dirac liquids: parent states for symmetric surface topological order

- David F. Mross, A. Essin, J. Alicea
- Physics
- 15 October 2014

We introduce exotic gapless states---`composite Dirac liquids'---that can appear at a strongly interacting surface of a three-dimensional electronic topological insulator. Composite Dirac liquids… Expand

Anomalous Quasiparticle Symmetries and Non-Abelian Defects on Symmetrically Gapped Surfaces of Weak Topological Insulators.

- David F. Mross, A. Essin, J. Alicea, A. Stern
- Physics, MathematicsPhysical review letters
- 6 July 2015

We show that boundaries of 3D weak topological insulators can become gapped by strong interactions while preserving all symmetries, leading to Abelian surface topological order. The anomalous nature… Expand

Stripe melting and quantum criticality in correlated metals

- David F. Mross, T. Senthil
- Physics
- 5 July 2012

We study theoretically quantum melting transitions of stripe order in a metallic environment, and the associated reconstruction of the electronic Fermi surface. We show that such quantum phase… Expand

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