Condensed matter physics is the branch of physics that studies systems of very large numbers of particles in a condensed state, like solids or liquids. Condensed matter physics wants to answer questions like: why is a material magnetic? Or why is it insulating or conducting? Or new, exciting questions like: what materials are good to make a reliable quantum computer? Can we describe gravity as the behavior of a material? The behavior of a system with many particles is very different from that of its individual particles. We say that the laws of many body physics are emergent or collective. Emergence explains the beauty of physics laws.
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Collection Number C22033

From Neural density Operators to Tensor Networks
Filippo Vincentini L'Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL)


Subsystem symmetry fractionalization in two dimensions
Michael Hermele University of Colorado

Nonlinear Bosonization of Fermi Surfaces: The Method of Coadjoint Orbits
Dam Thanh Son University of Chicago



Quantum States of Matter with Fractal Symmetries: Theory and realization with Rydberg atoms
Cenke Xu University of California


Measurementinduced criticality and chargesharpening transitions
Romain Vasseur University of Massachusetts Amherst

