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Long-range interacting quantum systems

@inproceedings{Defenu2021LongrangeIQ,
  title={Long-range interacting quantum systems},
  author={Nicol{\`o} Defenu and Tobias Donner and Tommaso Macr{\`i} and Guido Pagano and Stefano Ruffo and Andrea Trombettoni},
  year={2021}
}
The presence of non-local and long-range interactions in quantum systems induces several peculiar features in their equilibrium and out-of-equilibrium behavior. In current experimental platforms control parameters such as interaction range, temperature, density and dimension can be changed. The existence of universal scaling regimes, where diverse physical systems and observables display quantitative agreement, generates a common framework, where the efforts of different research communities… 
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