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Observation of non-Fermi liquid physics in a quantum critical metal via quantum loop topography

@article{Driskell2020ObservationON,
  title={Observation of non-Fermi liquid physics in a quantum critical metal via quantum loop topography},
  author={George Driskell and S. Lederer and C. Bauer and S. Trebst and Eun-Ah Kim},
  journal={arXiv: Strongly Correlated Electrons},
  year={2020}
}
  • George Driskell, S. Lederer, +2 authors Eun-Ah Kim
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Strongly Correlated Electrons
  • Non-Fermi liquid physics is a ubiquitous feature in strongly correlated metals, manifesting itself in anomalous transport properties, such as a $T$-linear resistivity in experiments. However, its theoretical understanding in terms of microscopic models is lacking despite decades of conceptual work and attempted numerical simulations. Here we demonstrate that a combination of sign problem-free quantum Monte Carlo sampling and quantum loop topography, a physics-inspired machine learning approach… CONTINUE READING

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