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We calculate the effects of vertex corrections, of nonconstant density of states and of a ͑self-consistently determined͒ phonon self-energy for the Holstein model on a three-dimensional cubic lattice. We replace vertex corrections with a Coulomb pseudopotential C * adjusted to give the same T c , and repeat the calculations, to see which effects are a… (More)

- James K Freericks, Elliott H Lieb, Daniel Ueltschi
- Physical review letters
- 2002

Can phase separation be induced by strong electron correlations? We present a theorem that affirmatively answers this question in the Falicov-Kimball model away from half filling, for any dimension. In the ground state the itinerant electrons are spatially separated from the classical particles.

- Kihwan Kim, Ming-Shien Chang, +6 authors Christopher R. Monroe
- Nature
- 2010

A network is frustrated when competing interactions between nodes prevent each bond from being satisfied. This compromise is central to the behaviour of many complex systems, from social and neural networks to protein folding and magnetism. Frustrated networks have highly degenerate ground states, with excess entropy and disorder even at zero temperature.… (More)

- R Islam, E E Edwards, +8 authors C Monroe
- Nature communications
- 2011

A quantum simulator is a well-controlled quantum system that can follow the evolution of a prescribed model whose behaviour may be difficult to determine. A good example is the simulation of a set of interacting spins, where phase transitions between various spin orders can underlie poorly understood concepts such as spin liquids. Here we simulate the… (More)

The Falicov-Kimball model is a simple quantum lattice model that describes light and heavy electrons interacting with an on-site repulsion; alternatively, it is a model of itinerant electrons and fixed nuclei. It can be seen as a simplification of the Hubbard model; by neglecting the kinetic (hopping) energy of the spin up particles, one gets the… (More)

- Brian C Sawyer, Joseph W Britton, +5 authors John J Bollinger
- Physical review letters
- 2012

We demonstrate spectroscopy and thermometry of individual motional modes in a mesoscopic 2D ion array using entanglement-induced decoherence as a method of transduction. Our system is a ~400 μm-diameter planar crystal of several hundred 9Be(+) ions exhibiting complex drumhead modes in the confining potential of a Penning trap. Exploiting precise control… (More)

- R Lemański, J K Freericks, G Banach
- Physical review letters
- 2002

The observation of charge stripe order in the doped nickelate and cuprate materials has motivated much theoretical effort to understand the underlying mechanism of the stripe phase. Numerical studies of the Hubbard model show two possibilities: (i) stripe order arises from a tendency toward phase separation and its competition with the long-range Coulomb… (More)

- J. K. Freericks, Woonki Chung, Mark Jarrell
- 1998

A series of weak-coupling perturbation theories which include the lowest-order vertex corrections are applied to the attractive Holstein model in in-nite dimensions. The approximations are chosen to reproduce the iterated perturbation theory in the limit of half-lling and large phonon frequency (where the Holstein model maps onto the Hubbard model).… (More)

- A M Shvaika, O Vorobyov, J K Freericks, T P Devereaux
- Physical review letters
- 2004

We use dynamical mean field theory to find an exact solution for inelastic light scattering in strongly correlated materials such as those near a quantum-critical metal-insulator transition. We evaluate the results for q=0 (Raman) scattering and find that resonant effects can be quite large, and yield a double resonance, a significant enhancement of… (More)

- Joseph W. Britton, Brian C. Sawyer, +5 authors John J. Bollinger
- Nature
- 2012

The presence of long-range quantum spin correlations underlies a variety of physical phenomena in condensed-matter systems, potentially including high-temperature superconductivity. However, many properties of exotic, strongly correlated spin systems, such as spin liquids, have proved difficult to study, in part because calculations involving N-body… (More)