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Wednesday, Sep 11, 2019
Recent Publications

Symmetry Breaking in Coupled SYK or Tensor Models

Shuttling a single charge across a onedimensional array of silicon quantum dots

A gapprotected zeroHall effect state in the quantum limit of the nonsymmorphic metal KHgSb

Bad metallic transport in a cold atom FermiHubbard system

Topological quantum properties of chiral crystals

As seen on the cover of Nature Physics  Bismuth on higher ground

Giant and anisotropic manybodyspinorbit tunability in a strongly correlated kagome magnet

Probing Quench dynamics of antiferromagnetic correlations in a 2D quantum Ising spin system

Experimental Tests of the Chiral Anomaly Magnetoresistance

Siliconbased quantum dots have a path to scalable quantum computing

"Anomalous Hall Effect"

Microwave Detection of ElectronPhonon Interactions in a CavityCoupled Double Quantum Dot

Correlation function of spin noise due to atomic diffusion

"Topological Hopf and Chain Link Semimetal States and Their Application to Co2MnGa"

Quantum gas microscopy of an attractive FermiHubbard system
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Events
Biophysics Seminar: Zaida LutheySchulten, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign: Modeling the minimal cell: Integration of experiments, theory, and simulationsJoseph Henry Room
Gravity Initiative Lunch  Speaker TBA
Mon, Sep 23, 2019, 12:30 pm
Condensed Matter Seminar  Klaus Richter, University of Regensburg, Germany  "Probing the Quantum Mechanics of ManyBody Chaos"  PCTS Seminar Room 407
High Energy Theory  “Walking, weakly first order phase transitions and complex CFTs”  Bernardo Zan  Princeton
Pheno & Vino Seminar  Sebastian Macaluso, NYU  ": Looking into Jets with Machine Learning"  Jadwin 303
Tue, Sep 24, 2019, 4:00 pm