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                                 “Long-range quantum entanglement in metals “





 Thursday, 12. Nov. 2015

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 15:15 – 16:20


Speaker : Subir Sachdev  (Harvard)


Abstract : Long-range quantum entanglement is now understood to be a fundamental characteristic of exotic states of quantum matter with an energy gap to all excitations: these include the fractional quantum Hall states found at very high magnetic fields, and certain insulators with possible spin-liquid states. However, such entanglement can also be present

in gapless, conducting states of matter (‘metals’ ) found under more ordinary conditions. I will describe recent experiments

on the cuprate compounds, and on graphene, which are consistent with the presence of novel metallic states with

long-range entanglement. 


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