, Station Q/UCSB
[Host: Paul Fendley]
It is commonly assumed that a given bulk quantum Hall state and its low energy edge excitations are in one-to-one correspondence. In this talk, I will explain, contrary to this conventional wisdom, how a given bulk state may host multiple, distinct edge phases. I will describe a few surprising examples of this phenomenon and discuss experimental consequences.
Condensed Matter Seminar
Thursday, February 6, 2014
Physics Building, Room 204
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