Topological quantum matter with cold atoms

  title={Topological quantum matter with cold atoms},
  author={Dan-Wei Zhang and Y. Zhu and Y. Zhao and Hui Yan and Shi-Liang Zhu},
  journal={Advances in Physics},
  pages={253 - 402}
This is an introductory review of the physics of topological quantum matter with cold atoms. Topological quantum phases, originally discovered and investigated in condensed matter physics, have recently been explored in a range of different systems, which produced both fascinating physics findings and exciting opportunities for applications. Among the physical systems that have been considered to realize and probe these intriguing phases, ultracold atoms become promising platforms due to their… Expand
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