Publications

2020
Y. Liao, A. Vikram, and V. Galitski. 2020. “Many-body level statistics of single-particle quantum chaos.” submitted to Physical Review Letters (arXiv:2005.08991). Publisher's Version
Hao Geng and Andreas Karch. 2020. “Massive Islands.” arXiv:2006.02438.
T.-S. Huang, C. L. Baldwin, M. Hafezi, and V. Galitski. 2020. “Spin-Mediated Mott Excitons.” submitted to Physical Review X (arXiv:2004.10825). Publisher's Version
Topology of superconductors beyond mean-field theory
Matthew F Lapa. 2020. “Topology of superconductors beyond mean-field theory.” arXiv:2003.05948 (accepted for publication in Phys. Rev. Research). Physical Review ResearchAbstract

The study of topological superconductivity is largely based on the analysis of mean-field Hamiltonians that violate particle number conservation and have only short-range interactions. Although this approach has been very successful, it is not clear that it captures the topological properties of real superconductors, which are described by number-conserving Hamiltonians with long-range interactions. To address this issue, we study topological superconductivity directly in the number-conserving setting.
2019
Chi-Ming Chang, Martin Fluder, Ying-Hsuan Lin, Shu-Heng Shao, and Yifan Wang. 2019. “3d N=4 Bootstrap and Mirror Symmetry.” arXiv:1910.03600.
Morteza Kayyalha, Mehdi Kargarian, Aleksandr Kazakov, Ireneusz Miotkowski, Victor M. Galitski, Victor M. Yakovenko, Leonid P. Rokhinson, and Yong P. Chen. 2019. “Anomalous Low-Temperature Enhancement of Supercurrent in Topological-Insulator Nanoribbon Josephson Junctions: Evidence for Low-Energy Andreev Bound States.” Phys. Rev. Lett., 122, Pp. 047003. Publisher's Version
Matthew F. Lapa and Michael Levin. 2019. “Anomaly indicators for topological orders with $U(1)$ and time-reversal symmetry.” Phys. Rev. B, 100, Pp. 165129. Publisher's Version
Victor Galitski, Gediminas Juzelinas, and Ian B. Spielman. 2019. “Artificial gauge fields with ultracold atoms.” Physics Today, 72, Pp. 38–44. Publisher's Version
Wenjie Ji and Xiao-Gang Wen. 2019. “Categorical symmetry and non-invertible anomaly in symmetry-breaking and topological phase transitions.” arXiv:1912.13492.
Jonathan B. Curtis, Zachary M. Raines, Andrew A. Allocca, Mohammad Hafezi, and Victor M. Galitski. 2019. “Cavity Quantum Eliashberg Enhancement of Superconductivity.” Phys. Rev. Lett., 122, Pp. 167002. Publisher's Version
Andrew A. Allocca, Zachary M. Raines, Jonathan B. Curtis, and Victor M. Galitski. 2019. “Cavity superconductor-polaritons.” Phys. Rev. B, 99, Pp. 020504. Publisher's Version
Yunxiang Liao and Victor Galitski. 2019. “Critical viscosity of a fluctuating superconductor.” Phys. Rev. B, 100, Pp. 060501. Publisher's Version
Clay Córdova, Kantaro Ohmori, Shu-Heng Shao, and Fei Yan. 2019. “Decorated $\mathbbZ_2$ Symmetry Defects and Their Time-Reversal Anomalies.” arXiv:1910.14046.
Ying-Hsuan Lin and Shu-Heng Shao. 2019. “Duality Defect of the Monster CFT.” arXiv:1911.00042.
Xue-Yang Song, Yin-Chen He, Ashvin Vishwanath, and Chong Wang. 2019. “Electric polarization as a nonquantized topological response and boundary Luttinger theorem.” arXiv:1909.08637.
Jonathan Curtis, Gil Refael, and Victor Galitski. 2019. “Evanescent modes and step-like acoustic black holes.” Annals of Physics, 407, Pp. 148 - 165. Publisher's Version
S.V. Syzranov, A.V. Gorshkov, and V.M. Galitski. 2019. “Interaction-induced transition in the quantum chaotic dynamics of a disordered metal.” Annals of Physics, 405, Pp. 1 - 13. Publisher's Version
Zachary M. Raines, Andrew A. Allocca, and Victor M. Galitski. 2019. “Manifestations of spin-orbit coupling in a cuprate superconductor.” Phys. Rev. B, 100, Pp. 224512. Publisher's Version
Wenjie Ji and Xiao-Gang Wen. 2019. “Metallic states beyond Tomonaga-Luttinger liquids in one dimension.” arXiv:1912.09391.
Seunghun Lee, Valentin Stanev, Xiaohang Zhang, Drew Stasak, Jack Flowers, Joshua S Higgins, Sheng Dai, Thomas Blum, Xiaoqing Pan, Victor M Yakovenko, Johnpierre Paglione, Richard L Greene, Victor Galitski, and Ichiro Takeuchi. 2019. “Perfect Andreev reflection due to the Klein paradox in a topological superconducting state.” Nature, 570, Pp. 344–348. Publisher's Version

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