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Lieb-Schultz-Mattis Theorem for Open Quantum Systems

1. Lieb-Schultz-Mattis Theorem in Open Quantum Systems Authors: Kohei Kawabata, Ramanjit Sohal, and Shinsei Ryu Phys. Rev. Lett. 132, 070402 (2024) and supplemental material DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.132.070402 2. Reviving the Lieb–Schultz–Mattis Theorem in Open Quantum Systems Authors: Yi-Neng Zhou, Xingyu Li, Hui Zhai, Chengshu Li, and Yingfei Gu arXiv:2310.01475; DOI: 10.48550/arXiv.2310.01475 Recommended with a commentary by […]

Spin Liquids by Measurement Alone

1. Monitored Quantum Dynamics of the Kitaev Spin Liquid Authors: Ali Lavasani, Zhu-Xi Luo, and Sagar Vijay arXiv:2207.02877; DOI: 10.48550/arXiv.2207.02877 2. Topology, criticality, and dynamically generated qubits in a stochastic measurement-only Kitaev model Authors: Adithya Sriram, Tibor Rakovsky, Vedika Khemani, and Matteo Ippoliti arXiv:2207.07096; DOI: 10.48550/arXiv.2207.07096 Recommended with a commentary by Daniel Arovas, University of […]

Time Crystals at Last?

1. Observation of Time-Crystalline Eigenstate Order on a Quantum Processor Authors: Google Quantum AI and collaborators arXiv:2107.13571 2. Observation of a many-body-localized discrete time crystal with a programmable spin-based quantum simulator Authors: J. Randall, C. E. Bradley, F. V. van der Gronden, A. Galicia, M. H. Abobeih, M. Markham, D. J. Twitchen, F. Machado, N. […]

A New Approach to the Classical-Quantum Correspondence

Quantum eigenstates from classical Gibbs distributions Authors: Pieter W. Claeys and Anatoli Polkovnikov arXiv:2007.07264 Recommended with a commentary by Daniel Arovas, University of California, San Diego |View Commentary (pdf)| This commentary may be cited as: DOI: 10.36471/JCCM_October_2020_01

Return of the Hexatic : A Quantum Vortex Fluid?

1. Melting of the Vortex Lattice through Intermediate Hexatic Fluid in an a-MoGe Thin Film Authors: I. Roy, S. Dutta, A. N. R. Choudhury, S. Basistha, I. Maccari, S. Mandal, J. Jesudasan, V. Bagwe, C. Castellani, L. Benfatto, and P. Raychaudhuri Phys. Rev. Lett., 122, 047001 (2019); DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.122.047001 2. Evidence of Quantum Vortex Fluid […]

Despite noise, fractons remain unmoved

Localization in fractonic random circuits Authors: Shriya Pai, Michael Pretko, and Rahul M. Nandkishore arXiv:1807.09776 Recommended with a commentary by Daniel Arovas, University of California, San Diego. |View Commentary (pdf)| DOI: 10.36471/JCCM_August_2018_01

Organizers, Advisory Committee, and Correspondents in the last two years

Organizers: Alexander GrosbergNew York University Chandra M. Varma, Chief organizerEmeritus, University of California, Riverside Advisory Committee: Paul Chaikin, NYU Steven Girvin, Yale University Andrew Millis, Columbia University Correspondents in the last two years: Daniel F. Agterberg , University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee | View Contributions | Anton Akhmerov, Delft University of Technology | View Contributions […]