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We study non-Fermi liquids that arise at the quantum critical points associated with the spin and charge density wave transitions in metals with the C2 symmetry. We use the dimensional regularization scheme, where a one-dimensional Fermi surface is embedded in 3 − epsilon dimensional momentum space. In three dimensions, marginal Fermi liquids arise at the spin and charge density wave critical points.
Motivated by results of DMRG and tensor network simulations on doped
$t$-$J$ model on honeycomb lattice, we study superconductivity of singlet and triplet pairing in this model. We show that a superconducting state with coexisting spin-singlet and spin-triplet pairings is induced by the antiferromagnetic order near half-filling. The superconducting state we obtain has a topological phase transition that separates a topologically trivial state and a non-trivial state with Chern number two.
We studied t1-t2-J1-J2 model on Honeycomb lattice at finite doping. We find that when t_1 is very small, the t1-t2-J1-J2 model on Honeycomb lattice may be in a supperconducting phase. Such a supperconducting phase is not driven by the pairing, but by entanglement.
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN has already yielded deep insights into nature including the discovery of the Higgs boson. Later this year, it will start operating at its full energy of 14 TeV. What will it be searching for? What might it discover? This talk will explore the LHC in 2015 and its beyond.
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