UCSD Physics Colloquium
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UCSD Physics Seminars
Wednesday, September 30
- A Mott insulator is an example of a state where Fermi liquid theory, based on treating interactions as perturbations, fails due to strong interactions. Understanding the metallic phases that arise from doping a Mott insulator is central to the study of strongly correlated systems and, in particular, the high-Tc cuprate superconductors. I will present our recent progress in studying doped Mott insulators by solving toy models. I will first discuss a little-known model introduced by Hatsugai and Kohmoto that
- Non-Fermi liquids from doping a Mott insulator: exact results from solvable models
- 4:00PM, Zoom link: Zoom Meeting
- Speaker: Edwin Huang (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Abstract: