# Colloquium

## Many-body delocalisation as symmetry breaking

12 ноября в 11:30

In the second part of the talk I will discuss minimal models for quantum chaos and many-body localisation. The models are Floquet quantum circuits for lattice spin systems, in which time evolution is generated by unitary gates that couple neighbouring sites. In particular, I will examine the circumstances in which a version of the so-called diagonal approximation (originally developed for the semiclassical limit in low-dimensional chaotic systems) can be applied to these systems. Within this framework I will show that the many-body delocalisation transition can be seen as a form of symmetry breaking transition, having many of the features generally associated with conventional phase transitions in classical statistical mechanical models.

Joint work with Sam Garratt: Phys. Rev. X 11, 021051 (2021) and Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 026802 (2021)

## TBA

29 октября в 15:30

## The Riemann Hypothesis and Quantum Physics

1 октября в 11:30

## О тетракварковых состояниях в свете последних данных LHCb

17 сентября в 11:30

## Topology protection–unprotection transition: Example from multiterminal superconducting nanostructures

21 мая в 11:30

__Yuli V. Nazarov (TU Delft)__

## The hydrodynamics of many-body integrable systems

19 марта в 11:30

## Probabilistic Liouville Theory

19 февраля в 11:30

I will review a probabilistic construction of LCFT developed together with David, Rhodes and Vargas and recent proofs concerning the integrability of LCFT.

References

Francois David, Antti Kupiainen, Remi Rhodes, Vincent Vargas, Liouville quantum gravity on the Riemann sphere, Commun. Math. Phys. 342 (3), 869-907 (2016)

Antti Kupiainen, Remi Rhodes, Vincent Vargas, The DOZZ formula from the path integral, Journal of High Energy Physics May 2018, 2018:94

Antti Kupiainen, Remi Rhodes, Vincent Vargas, Integrability of Liouville Theory: Proof of the DOZZ Formula, Annals of Mathematics 191, 81-166, (2020)

Colin Guillarmou, Antti Kupiainen, Remi Rhodes, Vincent Vargas, Conformal bootstrap in Liouville Theory, arXiv:2005.11530

## First principle models of human memory

15 января в 11:30

## Photon-assisted tunneling at the atomic scale: Probing resonant Andreev reflections from Yu-Shiba-Rusinov states

4 декабря 2020 в 16:00

References

[1] M. Ruby, F. Pientka, Y. Peng, F. von Oppen, B.W. Heinrich, and K.J. Franke, "Tunneling Processes into Localized Subgap States in Superconductors", Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 087001 (2015).

[2] O. Peters, N. Bogdanoff, S. Acero González, L. Melischek, J. Rika Simon, Gaël Reecht, C.B. Winkelmann, Felix von Oppen & K.J. Franke, "Resonant Andreev reflections probed by photon-assisted tunnelling at the atomic scale", Nat. Phys. (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41567-020-0972-z; arXiv:2001.09534

## Mòire Samples: The twisted bilayer graphene scenario

20 ноября 2020 в 16:00

## Higher-order topological insulators and superconductors

15 мая 2020 в 11:30

## Towards an analytic description of periodic anomalous waves in nature via the focusing NLS model (joint work with P. G. Grinevich)

7 мая 2020 в 11:30

## Charge and entropy transport in strontium titanate

17 апреля 2020 в 11:30

The temperature dependence of the resistivity of this dilute metal at low-temperature implies that electron-electron scattering can generate a T-square resistivity even in absence of Umklapp scattering with a single Fermi pocket. The magnitude of resistivity at a low temperature would imply a mean-free-path too short to be physically plausible. Combined with the temperature dependence of the Seebeck coefficient, this implies that non-degenerate electrons become heavier with warming. We will see that these observations cannot be explained by available polaronic theories. There is a whole family of dilute metals emerging from doped quantum paraelectrics with similar properties.

## Эффективная теория функций на римановых поверхностях и ее приложения

21 февраля 2020 в 11:30

## Electric dipole moment searches using storage rings

24 января 2020 в 11:30

## Non-ergodic delocalized states for efficient population transfer within a narrow band of the energy landscape

20 декабря 2019 в 15:00

## Ordered fluctuations: about vestigial order in quantum materials

20 декабря 2019 в 11:30

We demonstrate that this concept naturally explains the nematic state in iron-based superconductors and nematic superconductivity in doped topological insulators. In addition we propose a natural mechanism for charge 4e superconductivity with half flux quanta. We present a formalism that provides a framework to understand the complexity of quantum materials based on symmetry, largely without resorting to microscopic models.

## Physics at the Edge of a QHE setting

25 октября 2019 в 11:30

## Dynamical Glass - en route from KAM and FPUT to MBL

6 сентября 2019 в 11:30

## Двух-жидкостные явления в жидкостях Латтинжера

21 июня 2019 в 11:30

## Minimal excitations states: From time resolved single particle fermionic states for Electron Quantum Optics to Digital communication and music.

24 мая 2019 в 11:30

At the root of the minimal excitation property is a specific single side band modulation of the electron wave by the Lorentzian voltage pulse. This property can be applied to classical electromagnetic or acoustic waves for applications in digital communication [8] or in music sound synthesis.

[1] G. B. Lesovik, JETP Letters, 49 (9), 592-594 (1989).

[2] L.S. Levitov, G.B. Lesovik, Charge-transport statistics in quantum conductors, JETP Lett., 55 (9), 555-559 (1992).

[3] A. Ivanov, H.W. Lee, L.S. Levitov, Coherent states of alternating current, Phys. Rev. B 56(11), 6839-6850 (1997); cond-mat/9501040

[4] L.S. Levitov, H. Lee, G.B. Lesovik, Electron Counting Statistics and Coherent States of Electric Current, J. Math. Phys., 37(10), 4845-4866 (1996); cond-mat/9607137.

[5] J. Keeling, I. Klich, and L. S. Levitov, Minimal Excitation States of Electrons in One-Dimensional Wires, Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 116403 (2006).

[6] Minimal-excitation states for electron quantum optics using levitons, J. Dubois, T. Jullien, F. Portier, P. Roche, A. Cavanna, Y. Jin, W. Wegscheider, P. Roulleau & D. C. Glattli, Nature, 502, 659–663 (2013).

[7] Quantum tomography of an electron, T. Jullien, P. Roulleau, B. Roche, A. Cavanna, Y. Jin & D. C. Glattli, Nature, 514, 603–607 (2014).

[8] Power Spectrum Density of Single Side Band CPM Using Lorenztian Frequency Pulses, Haïfa Farès, D. Christian Glattli, Yves Louet, Jacques Palicot, Preden Roulleau, and Christophe Moy, IEEE Wireless Communications Letters, 6 (6), 786-789, (2017).

## Hydrodynamic approach to electronic transport

26 апреля 2019 в 11:30

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## On reconstructing nonlinearly encrypted signals corrupted by noise.

12 апреля 2019 в 11:30

## Correlation-induced localization

5 апреля 2019 в 11:30

We suggest a new class of random matrix models (Toeplitz RMT) with translation-invariant hopping integrals and identify the character of eigenfunction and eigenvalue statistics in them. We formulate the principles of level statistics if the type of eigenfunction statistics is known both in the coordinate and in the momentum basis and demonstrate that for the Toeplitz RMT the ergodic delocalization in the coordinate space may coexist with the Poisson level statistics.

Finally, we suggest a matrix-inversion trick that allows to identify uniquely the type of eigenfunction statistics and prove the absence of delocalized states in the bulk of spectrum of long-range Hamiltonians with deterministic (fully correlated) hopping.

## Recent theoretical developments in the integer quantum Hall effects

22 февраля 2019 в 11:30

Notwithstanding this status, the last ten years have seen considerable progress in understanding basic properties of scaling near localization-delocalization transitions that have implications also for the quantum Hall transition. These concern, e.g., the important topic of corrections to scaling, the wavefunction statistics and higher-order multifractality. A brief review of these developments will be offered in the first part of the talk.

The second part of the talk will be devoted to the spin quantum Hall effect, which is a variant of the integer quantum Hall effect (class A) taking place in the Altland-Zirnbauer class C. For this transition several critical exponents are known analytically and can serve as reference points. Therefore, this transition provides an ideal testbed for the qualitative predictions made by analytical theories. Analytical predictions will be confronted with most recent numerical results.

## Noisy quantum measurements: just a nuisance or fundamental physics?

7 декабря 2018 в 11:30

## Эксперименты с ферми- и бозе-газами

30 ноября 2018 в 11:30

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## Гравитационно-волновая астрономия: в ожидании новых источников

9 ноября 2018 в 11:30

## Wonders of viscous electronics

19 октября 2018 в 11:30

## Quantum electrodynamics of heavy ions and atoms

5 октября 2018 в 11:30

## Superconductivity that breaks time-reversal symmetry and its experimental manifestations

28 сентября 2018 в 11:30

References:

- [1] X. Gong, M. Kargarian, A. Stern, D. Yue, H. Zhou, X. Jin, V. M. Galitski, V. M. Yakovenko, and J. Xia, Science Advances 3, e1602579 (2017), arXiv:1609.08538
- [2] P. M. R. Brydon, D. S. L. Abergel, D. F. Agterberg, and V. M. Yakovenko, arXiv:1802.02280

## Quantum Many-Body Physics of Qubits

22 июня 2018 в 11:30

## Eukaryotic cell polarity and protein sorting

27 апреля 2018 в 11:30

## Chiral magnetic crystals

23 марта 2018 в 11:30

References:

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- [3] M. Kugler et al. Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 097203 (2015)
- [4] T. Weber et al. arXiv:1708.02098
- [5] C. Schütte and M. Garst, Phys. Rev. B 90, 094423 (2014).
- [6] T. Schwarze, J. Waizner, M. Garst, A. Bauer, I. Stasinopoulos, H. Berger, C. Pfleiderer, and D. Grundler, Nat. Mater. 14, 478 (2015).
- [7] M. Garst J. Waizner, and D. Grundler, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 50, 293002 (2017)
- [8] P. Schoenherr et al. Nat. Phys. in press, arXiv:1704.06288

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