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- K. Park
- 2008

The activation gaps for fractional quantum Hall states at filling fractions ν = n/(2n + 1) are computed for heterojunction, square quantum well, as well as parabolic quantum well geometries, using an interaction potential calculated from a self-consistent electronic structure calculation in the local density approximation. The finite thickness is estimated… (More)

- Ara Go, William Witczak-Krempa, Gun Sang Jeon, Kwon Park, Yong Baek Kim
- Physical review letters
- 2012

Topological phases of quantum matter defy characterization by conventional order parameters but can exhibit a quantized electromagnetic response and/or protected surface states. We examine such phenomena in a model for three-dimensional correlated complex oxides, the pyrochlore iridates. The model realizes interacting topological insulators, with and… (More)

- Eugene Demler Harvard, Kwon Park, Anatoli Polkovnikov, Subir Sachdev, Matthias Vojta Augsburg, Ying Zhang
- 2002

- Michael R Peterson, Kwon Park, S Das Sarma
- Physical review letters
- 2008

The essence of the nu=5/2 fractional quantum Hall effect is believed to be captured by the Moore-Read Pfaffian (or anti-Pfaffian) description. However, a mystery regarding the formation of the Pfaffian state is the role of the three-body interaction Hamiltonian H3 that produces it as an exact ground state and the concomitant particle-hole symmetry breaking.… (More)

- K. Park, N. E. Bonesteel, J. K. Jain
- 1998

We find that the composite Fermi sea at ϭ1/2 is on the verge of an instability to triplet pairing of composite fermions. It is argued that a transition into the paired state, described by a Pfaffian wave function, may be induced if the short-range part of the interaction is softened by increasing the thickness of the two-dimensional electron system. It has… (More)

- Vito W Scarola, Kwon Park, J K Jain
- 2008

When confined to two dimensions and exposed to a strong magnetic field, electrons screen the Coulomb interaction in a topological fashion; they capture and even number of quantum vortices and transform into particles called 'com-posite fermions' [1–3]. The fractional quantum Hall effect [4] occurs in such a system when the ratio (or 'filling factor', ν) of… (More)

We consider the effect of interactions on electrons confined to two dimensions at Landau level filling ν = 2, with the specific aim to determine the range of parameters where the fully polarized state is stable. We calculate the charge and the spin density collective modes in random phase approximation (RPA) including vertex corrections (also known as time… (More)

- Kun Woo Kim, Woo-Ram Lee, Yong Baek Kim, Kwon Park
- Nature communications
- 2016

A hallmark of Weyl semimetal is the existence of surface Fermi arcs. An intriguing question is what determines the connectivity of surface Fermi arcs, when multiple pairs of Weyl nodes are present. To answer this question, we show that the locations of surface Fermi arcs are predominantly determined by the condition that the Zak phase integrated along the… (More)

- Alexander C Archer, Kwon Park, Jainendra K Jain
- Physical review letters
- 2013

We show that the solid phase between the 1/5 and 2/9 fractional quantum Hall states arises from an extremely delicate interplay between type-1 and type-2 composite fermion crystals, clearly demonstrating its nontrivial, strongly correlated character. We also compute the phase diagram of various crystals occurring over a wide range of filling factors and… (More)

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