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Resonant tunneling between fractional quantum Hall edge states is studied in the Luttinger liquid picture. For the Laughlin parent states, the resonance line shape is a universal function whose width scales to zero at zero temperature. Extensive quantum Monte Carlo simulations are presented for ν = 1/3 which confirm this picture and provide a parameter-free(More)
We study quantum Ising spins placed on small-world networks. A simple model is considered in which the coupling between any given pair of spins is a nonzero constant if they are linked in the small-world network, and zero otherwise. By applying a transverse magnetic field, we have investigated the effect of quantum fluctuations. Our numerical analysis shows(More)
  • Hangmo Yi
  • 2015
I study the properties of the quantum critical point of the transverse-field quantum Ising model on various fractal lattices such as the Sierpiński carpet, Sierpiński gasket, and Sierpiński tetrahedron. Using a continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo simulation method and finite-size scaling analysis, I identify the quantum critical point and investigate its(More)
We observe a net beam excess of 8.7+/-6.3(stat)+/-2.4(syst) events, above 160 MeV, resulting from the charged-current reaction of nu(micro) and/or nu;(mu) on C and H in the LSND detector. No beam-related muon background is expected in this energy regime. Within an analysis framework of pi(0)-->nu(mu)nu;(mu), we set a direct upper limit for this branching(More)
  • Hangmo Yi
  • 2015
I investigate the quantum phase transition of the transverse-field quantum Ising model in which nearest neighbors are defined according to the connectivity of scale-free networks. Using a continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo simulation method and the finite-size scaling analysis, I identify the quantum critical point and study its scaling characteristics.(More)
Transport through a superconductor-Luttinger liquid junction is considered. When the interaction in the Luttinger liquid is repulsive, the resistance of the junction with a sufficiently clean interface shows nonmonotonic temperature or voltage dependence due to the competition between the superconductivity and the repulsive interaction. The result is(More)
  • Hangmo Yi
  • 2010
We study the effect of quantum fluctuations on the critical behavior of the Ising ferromagnetic phase transitions that do not belong to the mean-field universality class. A model system is considered, in which Ising spins are placed on the nodes of a scale-free network. Our Monte Carlo analysis shows that the critical exponents differ from those of(More)
We propose a general capacitive model for an antidot, which has two localized edge states with different spins in the quantum Hall regime. The capacitive coupling of localized excess charges, which are generated around the antidot due to magnetic flux quantization, and their effective spin fluctuation can result in Coulomb blockade, h/(2e) Aharonov-Bohm(More)
  • Hangmo Yi
  • 2013
We study the critical behavior of the transverse-field quantum Ising model on a fractal structure, namely the Sierpinski carpet. When a magnetic field Δ is applied perpendicular to the Ising spin direction, quantum fluctuations affect the transition between the ferromagnetic and the paramagnetic phases. Employing the continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo(More)
We present an effective elastic theory which quantitatively describes the stripe phase of the two-dimensional electron gas in high Landau levels ( N>/=2). The dynamical matrix is obtained with remarkably high precision using the time-dependent Hartree-Fock approximation. A renormalization group analysis shows that at T = 0, as the partial filling factor(More)