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Stress tensor and current correlators of interacting conformal field theories in 2+1 dimensions: fermionic Dirac matter coupled to U(1) gauge field
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Stress tensor and current correlators of interacting conformal field theories in 2+1 dimensions: fermionic Dirac matter coupled to U(1) gauge field
Author:
Yejin Huh
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Philipp Strack
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We compute the central charge CT and universal conductivity CJ of NF fermions coupled to a U (1) gauge field up to nexttoleading order in the 1/NF expansion. We discuss implications of these precision computations as a diagnostic for response and entanglement properties of interacting conformal field theories for strongly correlated condensed ...
We compute the central charge CT and universal conductivity CJ of NF fermions coupled to a U (1) gauge field up to nexttoleading order in the 1/NF expansion. We discuss implications of these precision computations as a diagnostic for response and entanglement properties of interacting conformal field theories for strongly correlated condensed matter phases and conformal quantum electrodynamics in 2 + 1 dimensions.
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Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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20150101
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Journal of High Energy Physics, 20150101, Volume 2015, pp 117
Journal of High Energy Physics, 20150101, Volume 2015, pp 117
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Regular Article  Theoretical Physics
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En
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Conformal and W Symmetry ; 1/N Expansion
Conformal and W Symmetry ; 1/N Expansion
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/JHEP01(2015)147
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Renormalization group theory for fermions and order parameter fluctuations in interacting Fermi systems
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Renormalization group theory for fermions and order parameter fluctuations in interacting Fermi systems
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Strack, Philipp
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In this thesis, we perform a comprehensive renormalization group analysis of two and threedimensional Fermi systems at low and zero temperature. We examine systems with spontaneous symmetrybreaking and quantum critical behavior by deriving and solving flow equations within the functional renormalization group framework. We extend the HertzMi...
In this thesis, we perform a comprehensive renormalization group analysis of two and threedimensional Fermi systems at low and zero temperature. We examine systems with spontaneous symmetrybreaking and quantum critical behavior by deriving and solving flow equations within the functional renormalization group framework. We extend the HertzMillis theory of quantum phase transitions in itinerant fermion systems to phases with discrete and continuous symmetrybreaking, and to quantum critical points where the zero temperature theory is associated with a nonGaussian fixed point. We compute the finite temperature phase boundary near the quantum critical point explicitly including nonGaussian fluctuations. We then set up a coupled fermionboson renormalization group theory that captures the mutual interplay of gapless fermions with massless order parameter fluctuations when approaching a quantum critical point. As a first application, we compute the complete set of quantum critical exponents at the semimetaltosuperfluid quantum phase transition of attractively interacting Dirac fermions in two dimensions. Both, the order parameter propagator and the fermion propagator become nonanalytic functions of momenta destroying the Fermi liquid behavior. We finally compute the effects of quantum fluctuations in the superfluid ground state of an attractively interacting Fermi system, employing the attractive Hubbard model as a prototype. The flow equations capture the influence of longitudinal and Goldstone order parameter fluctuations on nonuniversal quantities such as the fermionic gap and the fermionboson vertex, as well as the exact universal infrared asymptotics present in every fermionic superfluid. ; Comment: PhD thesis (Advisor: Walter Metzner), 125 pages; includes references to accompanying publications
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20110908
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Condensed Matter  Strongly Correlated Electrons ; Condensed Matter  Statistical Mechanics ; High Energy Physics  Theory
Condensed Matter  Strongly Correlated Electrons ; Condensed Matter  Statistical Mechanics ; High Energy Physics  Theory
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http://arxiv.org/abs/1109.1859
http://arxiv.org/abs/1109.1859
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Dynamic criticality farfromequilibrium: oneloop flow of BurgersKardarParisiZhang systems with broken Galilean invariance
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Dynamic criticality farfromequilibrium: oneloop flow of BurgersKardarParisiZhang systems with broken Galilean invariance
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Strack, Philipp
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BurgersKardarParisiZhang (KPZ) scaling has recently (re) surfaced in a variety of physical contexts, ranging from anharmonic chains to quantum systems such as open superfluids, in which a variety of random forces may be encountered and/or engineered. Motivated by these developments, we here provide a generalization of the KPZ universality cl...
BurgersKardarParisiZhang (KPZ) scaling has recently (re) surfaced in a variety of physical contexts, ranging from anharmonic chains to quantum systems such as open superfluids, in which a variety of random forces may be encountered and/or engineered. Motivated by these developments, we here provide a generalization of the KPZ universality class to situations with longranged temporal correlations in the noise, which purposefully break the Galilean invariance that is central to the conventional KPZ solution. We compute the phase diagram and critical exponents of the KPZ equation with $1/f$noise (KPZ$_{1/f}$) in spatial dimensions $1\leq d < 4$ using the dynamic renormalization group with a frequency cutoff technique in a oneloop truncation. Distinct features of KPZ$_{1/f}$ are: (i) a generically scaleinvariant, rough phase at high noise levels that violates fluctuationdissipation relations and exhibits hyperthermal statistics {\it even in d=1}, (ii) a finetuned roughening transition at which the flow fulfills an emergent thermallike fluctuationdissipation relation, that separates the rough phase from (iii) a {\it massive phase} in $1< d < 4$ (in $d=1$ the interface is always rough). We point out potential connections to nonlinear hydrodynamics with a reduced set of conservation laws and noisy quantum liquids. ; Comment: 29 pages, 11 figures, 1 table, 54 references, v2 as published
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20140806
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text
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Condensed Matter  Statistical Mechanics ; Condensed Matter  Quantum Gases ; High Energy Physics  Theory
Condensed Matter  Statistical Mechanics ; Condensed Matter  Quantum Gases ; High Energy Physics  Theory
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612 Human physiology
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http://arxiv.org/abs/1408.1405
http://arxiv.org/abs/1408.1405
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Eine Christliche Leichpredigt/ Bey der Trawrigen Begrebnüß/ Weiland der . Frawen/ Gerdraut Glaßwellin/ deß . Stephan Grossen Seligen/ Bürgern zum Kirchhagen hinderlassenen...
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Eine Christliche Leichpredigt/ Bey der Trawrigen Begrebnüß/ Weiland der . Frawen/ Gerdraut Glaßwellin/ deß . Stephan Grossen Seligen/ Bürgern zum Kirchhagen hinderlassenen Wittiwen/ welche den 11. Novembris . eingeschlaffen/ und den 15. Novembris zu Kirchhagen Ehrlich zur Erden bestattet worden/ Anno 1606
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Strack, Philipp
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Wessel
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1608
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: Eine Christliche Leichpredigt/ Bey der Trawrigen Begrebnüß/ Weiland der . Frawen/ Gerdraut Glaßwellin/ deß . Stephan Grossen Seligen/ Bürgern zum Kirchhagen hinderlassenen Wittiwen/ welche den 11. Novembris . eingeschlaffen/ und den 15. Novembris zu Kirchhagen Ehrlich zur Erden bestattet worden/ Anno 1606. Cassel 1608
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: Eine Christliche Leichpredigt/ Bey der Trawrigen Begrebnüß/ Weiland der . Frawen/ Gerdraut Glaßwellin/ deß . Stephan Grossen Seligen/ Bürgern zum Kirchhagen hinderlassenen Wittiwen/ welche den 11. Novembris . eingeschlaffen/ und den 15. Novembris zu Kirchhagen Ehrlich zur Erden bestattet worden/ Anno 1606. Cassel 1608
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http://resolver.sub.unigoettingen.de/purl?PPN632241853
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Renormalization group theory for fermions and order parameter fluctuations in interacting Fermi systems
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Renormalization group theory for fermions and order parameter fluctuations in interacting Fermi systems
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Strack, Philipp
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The physics of interacting Fermi systems is extremely sensitive to the energy scale. Of particular interest is the low energy regime where correlation induced collective behavior emerges. The theory of interacting Fermi systems is confronted with the occurrence of very different phenomena along a continuum of scales calling for methods capable o...
The physics of interacting Fermi systems is extremely sensitive to the energy scale. Of particular interest is the low energy regime where correlation induced collective behavior emerges. The theory of interacting Fermi systems is confronted with the occurrence of very different phenomena along a continuum of scales calling for methods capable of computing physical observables as a function of energy scale. In this thesis, we perform a comprehensive renormalization group analysis of two and threedimensional Fermi systems at low and zero temperature. We examine systems with spontaneous symmetrybreaking and quantum critical behavior by deriving and solving flow equations within the functional renormalization group framework. We extend the HertzMillis theory of quantumphase transitions in itinerant fermion systems to phases with discrete and continuous symmetrybreaking, and to quantum critical points where the zero temperature theory is associated with a nonGaussian fixed point. The order parameter is implemented by a bosonic HubbardStratonovich field, which  for continuous symmetrybreaking  splits into two components corresponding to longitudinal and transversal Goldstone fluctuations. We compute the finite temperature phase boundary near the quantum critical point explicitly including nonGaussian fluctuations. We then set up a coupled fermionboson renormalization group theory that captures the mutual interplay of gapless fermions with massless order parameter fluctuations when approaching a quantum critical point. As a first application, we compute the complete set of quantum critical exponents at the semimetaltosuperfluid quantum phase transition of attractively interacting Dirac fermions in two dimensions. Both, the order parameter propagator and the fermion propagator become nonanalytic functions of momenta destroying the Fermi liquid behavior. We finally compute the effects of quantum fluctuations in the superfluid ground state of an attractively interacting Fermi system, employing the attractive Hubbard model as a prototype. The flow equations capture the influence of longitudinal and Goldstone order parameter fluctuations on nonuniversal quantities such as the fermionic gap and the fermionboson vertex, as well as the exact universal infrared asymptotics present in every fermionic superfluid. ; Die vorliegende Dissertation entwickelt Renormierungsgruppenstrategien zur Berechnung makroskopischer Eigenschaften von wechselwirkenden FermiSystemen. Besonders das Verhalten bei niederen Energien ist interessant, da hier wechselwirkungsinduzierte, kollektive Phänomene auftreten. Durch Herleitung und Lösung von Renormierungsgruppengleichungen analysieren wir in dieser Arbeit den Einfluss von Ordnungsparameterfluktuationen auf thermodynamische Observable und Korrelationsfunktionen in FermiSystemen mit spontaner Symmetriebrechung und quantenkritischem Verhalten.
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Universität Stuttgart ; Wissenschaftliche Einrichtungen in Verbindung mit der Universität Stuttgart. MaxPlanckInstitut für Festkörperforschung
Year of Publication:
2009
Document Type:
Thesis.Doctoral
Language:
eng
Subjects:
Statistische Physik ; Theoretische Physik ; Renormierungsgruppe ; Elektron ; Quantenkritische Phänomene ; Korrelierte Elektronen ; Quantum critical phenoemena ; correlated electrons ; Physics
Statistische Physik ; Theoretische Physik ; Renormierungsgruppe ; Elektron ; Quantenkritische Phänomene ; Korrelierte Elektronen ; Quantum critical phenoemena ; correlated electrons ; Physics
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http://nbnresolving.org/urn:nbn:de:bsz:93opus40226
http://elib.unistuttgart.de/opus/volltexte/2009/4022/
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Too proud to stop: Regret in dynamic decisions
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Too proud to stop: Regret in dynamic decisions
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Viefers, Paul
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Strack, Philipp
Viefers, Paul
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Many economic situations involve the timing of irreversible decisions. E.g. People decide when to sell a stock or stop searching for a better price. We analyze the behavior of a decision maker who evaluates his choice relative to the expost optimal choice in an optimal stopping task. We derive the optimal strategy under such regret preferences,...
Many economic situations involve the timing of irreversible decisions. E.g. People decide when to sell a stock or stop searching for a better price. We analyze the behavior of a decision maker who evaluates his choice relative to the expost optimal choice in an optimal stopping task. We derive the optimal strategy under such regret preferences, and show how it is different from that of an expected utility maximizer. We also show that if the decision maker never commits mistakes the behavior resulting from this strategy is observationally equivalent to that of an expected utility maximizer. We then test our theoretical predictions in the laboratory. The results from a structural discrete choice model we fit to our data provide strong evidence that many people's stopping behavior is largely determined by the anticipation of and aversion to regret.
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Berlin: Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW)
Year of Publication:
2014
Document Type:
Report / Research Paper / Working Paper ; Working Paper
Language:
English
Subjects:
Economics (DDC 300) ; jel:D03 ; jel:C91 ; Optimal stopping ; Dynamic behavior ; Regret
Economics (DDC 300) ; jel:D03 ; jel:C91 ; Optimal stopping ; Dynamic behavior ; Regret
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300 Social sciences
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http://www.econstor.eu/bitstream/10419/103363/1/796255091.pdf
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Stress tensor and current correlators of interacting conformal field theories in 2+1 dimensions: Fermionic Dirac matter coupled to U(1) gauge field
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Stress tensor and current correlators of interacting conformal field theories in 2+1 dimensions: Fermionic Dirac matter coupled to U(1) gauge field
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Huh, Yejin
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Strack, Philipp
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We compute the central charge $C_T$ and universal conductivity $C_J$ of $N_F$ fermions coupled to a $U(1)$ gauge field up to nexttoleading order in the $1/N_F$ expansion. We discuss implications of these precision computations as a diagnostic for response and entanglement properties of interacting conformal field theories for strongly correlat...
We compute the central charge $C_T$ and universal conductivity $C_J$ of $N_F$ fermions coupled to a $U(1)$ gauge field up to nexttoleading order in the $1/N_F$ expansion. We discuss implications of these precision computations as a diagnostic for response and entanglement properties of interacting conformal field theories for strongly correlated condensed matter phases and conformal quantum electrodynamics in $2+1$ dimensions. ; Comment: 19 pages, 6 figures, 2 tables, 55 references
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Year of Publication:
20141007
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Condensed Matter  Strongly Correlated Electrons ; Condensed Matter  Quantum Gases ; High Energy Physics  Theory
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http://arxiv.org/abs/1410.1902
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Inverse Optimal Stopping
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Title:
Inverse Optimal Stopping
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Kruse, Thomas
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Strack, Philipp
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Let $X$ be a onedimensional diffusion and $g$ a payoff function depending on time and the value of $X$. The paper analyzes the inverse optimal stopping problem of finding a timedependent function $\pi:[0,T]\to\mathbb{R}$ such that a given stopping time $\tau^{\star}$ is a solution of the stopping problem \[ \{\tau^{\star}\}=\arg\sup_{\tau\in[0...
Let $X$ be a onedimensional diffusion and $g$ a payoff function depending on time and the value of $X$. The paper analyzes the inverse optimal stopping problem of finding a timedependent function $\pi:[0,T]\to\mathbb{R}$ such that a given stopping time $\tau^{\star}$ is a solution of the stopping problem \[ \{\tau^{\star}\}=\arg\sup_{\tau\in[0,T]}\mathbb{E}\left[g(\tau,X_{\tau})+\pi(\tau)\right]\,. \] Under regularity and monotonicity conditions, there exists a solution $\pi$ if and only if $\tau^{\star}$ is the first time $X$ exceeds a timedependent cutoff $b$, i.e. $\tau^{\star}=\inf\left\{ t\ge0\,\, X_{t}\ge b(t)\right\} \,.$ We prove uniqueness of the solution $\pi$ and derive a closed form representation. The representation is based on the process $\tilde{X}$ which is a version of the original diffusion $X$ reflected at $b$, \[ \pi(t)=\mathbb{E}\left[\int_{t}^{T}(\partial_{t}+\mathcal{L}g)(s,\tilde{X}_{s})\mathrm{d}s\,\,\tilde{X}_{t}=b(t)\right]\,. \] The results lead to a new integral equation characterizing the stopping boundary $b$ of the stopping problem $\sup_{\tau\in\mathcal{T}}\mathbb{E}\left[g(\tau,X_{\tau})\right]$.
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Year of Publication:
20140601
Document Type:
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Subjects:
Mathematics  Optimization and Control ; Mathematics  Probability ; Quantitative Finance  Economics
Mathematics  Optimization and Control ; Mathematics  Probability ; Quantitative Finance  Economics
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http://arxiv.org/abs/1406.0209
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Soft quantum vibrations of PTsymmetric nonlinear ion chain
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Soft quantum vibrations of PTsymmetric nonlinear ion chain
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Strack, Philipp
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Vitelli, Vincenzo
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Vitelli, Vincenzo
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We theoretically study the quantum dynamics of transverse vibrations of a onedimensional chain of trapped ions in harmonic potentials interacting via a Reggeontype cubic nonlinearity that is nonunitary but preserves PT symmetry. We propose the notion of quantum fragility for the dissipative structural phase transition that spontaneously breaks...
We theoretically study the quantum dynamics of transverse vibrations of a onedimensional chain of trapped ions in harmonic potentials interacting via a Reggeontype cubic nonlinearity that is nonunitary but preserves PT symmetry. We propose the notion of quantum fragility for the dissipative structural phase transition that spontaneously breaks the PT symmetry. In the quantum fragile regime, the nonlinearity dominates the response to mechanical perturbations and the chain supports neither the ordinary quantum phonons of a Luttinger liquid, nor the supersonic solitons that arise in classical fragile critical points in the absence of fluctuations. Quantum fluctuations, approximately captured within a oneloop renormalization group, give rise to mechanical excitations with a strongly momentumdependent phonon velocity and dissipative spectral behavior. Observable signatures of the quantum fragile chain in trapped ion systems are discussed. ; Comment: 7 pages, 3 figures, as published
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Year of Publication:
20130218
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Condensed Matter  Quantum Gases ; Condensed Matter  Statistical Mechanics ; High Energy Physics  Theory ; Quantum Physics
Condensed Matter  Quantum Gases ; Condensed Matter  Statistical Mechanics ; High Energy Physics  Theory ; Quantum Physics
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http://arxiv.org/abs/1302.4453
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Fluctuations of imbalanced fermionic superfluids in two dimensions induce continuous quantum phase transitions and nonFermi liquid behavior
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Fluctuations of imbalanced fermionic superfluids in two dimensions induce continuous quantum phase transitions and nonFermi liquid behavior
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Strack, Philipp
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Jakubczyk, Pawel
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Jakubczyk, Pawel
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We study the nature of superfluid pairing in imbalanced Fermi mixtures in two spatial dimensions. We present evidence that the combined effect of Fermi surface mismatch and order parameter fluctuations of the superfluid condensate can lead to continuous quantum phase transitions from a normal Fermi mixture to an intermediate SarmaLiuWilczek su...
We study the nature of superfluid pairing in imbalanced Fermi mixtures in two spatial dimensions. We present evidence that the combined effect of Fermi surface mismatch and order parameter fluctuations of the superfluid condensate can lead to continuous quantum phase transitions from a normal Fermi mixture to an intermediate SarmaLiuWilczek superfluid with two gapless Fermi surfaces  even when meanfield theory (incorrectly) predicts a first order transition to a phaseseparated "BardeenCooperSchrieffer plus excess fermions" ground state. We propose a mechanism for nonFermi liquid behavior from repeated scattering processes between the two Fermi surfaces and fluctuating Cooper pairs. Prospects for experimental observation with ultracold atoms are discussed. ; Comment: as accepted to Phys. Rev. X; 10 pages, 10 figures, 75 references
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20131119
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Condensed Matter  Quantum Gases ; Condensed Matter  Strongly Correlated Electrons ; Quantum Physics
Condensed Matter  Quantum Gases ; Condensed Matter  Strongly Correlated Electrons ; Quantum Physics
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