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Condensed Matter Seminars

ics Condensed Matter
Thursday, February 2, 2017
3:30 PM
Physics Building, Room 204
Note special time.
Note special room.
Jeffrey Teo [Host: Eugene Kolomeisky]
UVA - Department of Physics
"Between topological strings and topological phases"
ABSTRACT:

Topological phases in two and three dimensions can be theoretically constructed by coupled-wire models whose fundamental constituents are electronic channels along strings. On the other hand the collective topological phases support further fractionalized emergent quasi-string excitations or defects such as flux vortices. In this talk I will describe topological superconductors and Dirac (or Weyl) semimetals using coupled-wire models, and discuss the fractional behavior of emergent topological strings.

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