# Quantum Hall Wave Functions on the Torus

@inproceedings{Fremling2015QuantumHW, title={Quantum Hall Wave Functions on the Torus}, author={Mikael Fremling}, year={2015} }

The fractional quantum Hall effect (FQHE), now entering it's fourth decade, continues to draw attention from the condensed matter community. New experiments in recent years are raising hopes that i ...

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