Stripes, Antiferromagnetism, and the Pseudogap in the Doped Hubbard Model at Finite Temperature

  title={Stripes, Antiferromagnetism, and the Pseudogap in the Doped Hubbard Model at Finite Temperature},
  author={Alexander Wietek and Yuan-Yao He and Steven R. White and Antoine Georges and Edwin Miles Stoudenmire},
  journal={Physical Review X},
The interplay between thermal and quantum fluctuations controls the competition between phases of matter in strongly correlated electron systems. We study finite-temperature properties of the strongly coupled two-dimensional doped Hubbard model using the minimally-entangled typical thermal states (METTS) method on width $4$ cylinders. We discover that a novel phase characterized by commensurate short-range antiferromagnetic correlations and no charge ordering occurs at temperatures above the… 
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