Geometric quench and nonequilibrium dynamics of fractional quantum Hall states

@article{Liu2018GeometricQA,
  title={Geometric quench and nonequilibrium dynamics of fractional quantum Hall states},
  author={Zhao Liu and A. Gromov and Zlatko Papi'c},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2018}
}
We introduce a quench of the geometry of Landau level orbitals as a probe of non-equilibrium dynamics of fractional quantum Hall states. The quench protocol can be experimentally implemented as a sudden tilt of the magnetic field. Using the recently developed bimetric theory of fractional quantum Hall states, we describe the post-quench dynamics as due to oscillations of a single collective degree of freedom -- the emergent spin-2 graviton mode, which is the long wavelength limit of the Girvin… Expand
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