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Very-High-Energy Collective States of Partons in Fractional Quantum Hall Liquids
The low-energy physics of fractional quantum Hall (FQH) states – a paradigm of strongly correlated topological phases of matter – to a large extent is captured by weakly interacting quasiparticles
Realizing Fractional-Quantum-Hall Gravitons on Quantum Computers
Ammar Kirmani, Kieran Bull, Chang-Yu Hou, Zlatko Papić, Armin Rahmani, 5 and Pouyan Ghaemi 7 Department of Physics and Astronomy, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington 98225, USA
Weak ergodicity breaking through the lens of quantum entanglement
Recent studies of interacting systems of quantum spins, ultracold atoms and correlated fermions have shed a new light on how isolated many-body systems can avoid rapid equilibration to their thermal
Hypergrid subgraphs and the origin of scarred quantum walks in the many-body Hilbert space
Following the recent observation of wave function revivals in large Rydberg atom quantum simulators, much effort has focused on understanding the emergence of many-body scars in non-integrable
Observation of unconventional many-body scarring in a quantum simulator
The ongoing quest for understanding nonequilibrium dynamics of complex quantum systems underpins the foundation of statistical physics as well as the development of quantum technology. Quantum
Emergence of gaussianity in the thermodynamic limit of interacting fermions
Systems of interacting fermions can give rise to ground states whose correlations become effectively free-fermion-like in the thermodynamic limit, as shown by Baxter for a class of integrable models
Quantum many-body scars have extensive multipartite entanglement
Recent experimental observation of weak ergodicity breaking in Rydberg atom quantum simulators has sparked interest in quantum many-body scars – eigenstates which evade thermalisation at finite
Bilayer WSe$_2$ as a natural platform for interlayer exciton condensates in the strong coupling limit
Qianhui Shi, En-Min Shih, Daniel Rhodes, Bumho Kim, Katayun Barmak, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Zlatko Papić, Dmitry A. Abanin, James Hone, and Cory R. Dean Department of Physics, Columbia