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Prominent quantum many-body scars in a truncated Schwinger model

@inproceedings{Desaules2022ProminentQM,
  title={Prominent quantum many-body scars in a truncated Schwinger model},
  author={Jean-Yves Desaules and Ana Hudomal and Debasish Banerjee and Arnab Sen and Zlatko Papi'c and Jad C. Halimeh},
  year={2022}
}
The high level of control and precision achievable in current synthetic quantum matter setups has enabled first attempts at quantum-simulating various intriguing phenomena in condensed matter physics, including those probing thermalization or its absence in closed quantum systems. In a recent work [Desaules et al. , arXiv:2203.08830], we have shown that quantum many-body scars— special low-entropy eigenstates that weakly break ergodicity in nonintegrable systems—arise in spinS quantum link… 
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