Observation of unconventional many-body scarring in a quantum simulator

@inproceedings{Su2022ObservationOU,
  title={Observation of unconventional many-body scarring in a quantum simulator},
  author={G. Su and Hui Sun and Ana Hudomal and Jean-Yves Desaules and Zhao-Yu Zhou and Bingda Yang and Jad C. Halimeh and Zhen-Sheng Yuan and Zlatko Papi'c and Jian-Wei Pan},
  year={2022}
}
The ongoing quest for understanding nonequilibrium dynamics of complex quantum systems underpins the foundation of statistical physics as well as the development of quantum technology. Quantum many-body scarring has recently opened a window into novel mechanisms for delaying the onset of thermalization, however its experimental realization remains limited to the $\mathbb{Z}_2$ state in a Rydberg atom system. Here we realize unconventional many-body scarring in a Bose--Hubbard quantum… 

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