Network architecture of energy landscapes in mesoscopic quantum systems

@article{Poteshman2018NetworkAO,
  title={Network architecture of energy landscapes in mesoscopic quantum systems},
  author={Abigail N. Poteshman and Evelyn Tang and Lia Papadopoulos and Danielle S. Bassett and Lee C. Bassett},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
  year={2018},
  volume={21}
}
Mesoscopic quantum systems exhibit complex many-body quantum phenomena, where interactions between spins and charges give rise to collective modes and topological states. Even simple, non-interacting theories display a rich landscape of energy states—distinct many-particle configurations connected by spin- and energy-dependent transition rates. The ways in which these energy states interact is difficult to characterize or predict, especially in regimes of frustration where many-body effects… 

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