Zoology of fractional Chern insulators

@article{Wu2012ZoologyOF,
  title={Zoology of fractional Chern insulators},
  author={Yang-Le Wu and Bogdan Andrei Bernevig and Nicolas Regnault},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2012},
  volume={85},
  pages={075116}
}
We study four different models of Chern insulators in the presence of strong electronic repulsion at partial fillings. We observe that all cases exhibit a Laughlin-like phase at filling fraction $1/3$. We provide evidence of such a strongly correlated topological phase by studying both the energy and the entanglement spectra. In order to identify the key ingredients of the emergence of Laughlin physics in these systems, we show how they are affected when tuning the band structure. We also… Expand
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