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Fermionic Monte Carlo study of a realistic model of twisted bilayer graphene

@inproceedings{Hofmann2021FermionicMC,
  title={Fermionic Monte Carlo study of a realistic model of twisted bilayer graphene},
  author={Johannes S. Hofmann and Eslam Khalaf and Ashvin Vishwanath and Erez Berg and Jong Yeon Lee},
  year={2021}
}
The rich phenomenology of twisted bilayer graphene (TBG) near the magic angle is believed to arise from electron correlations in topological flat bands. An unbiased approach to this problem is highly desirable, but also particularly challenging, given the multiple electron flavors, the topological obstruction to defining tight-binding models and the long-ranged Coulomb interactions. While numerical simulations of realistic models have thus far been confined to zero temperature, typically… 
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