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Add to Calendar 11/21/2019 11:00 am 11/21/2019 America/Chicago Special ICMT Seminar: Particle-hole symmetry, self-duality and the half-filled Landau level DESCRIPTION:

: Using a framework of composite-fermions in the presence of
quenched disorder, we explain two observed features of the phase
diagram of 2DEG in a strong magnetic field. 1) Particle-hole symmetry,
2) Self-duality of the integer quantum Hall to insulator transition
that leads to the universal resistivity tensor i.e. \rho_xx = \rho_xy = h/e^2.

\n\nSPEAKER: Prashant Kumar, Stanford Unviersity
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Special ICMT Seminar: Particle-hole symmetry, self-duality and the half-filled Landau level

Speaker Prashant Kumar, Stanford Unviersity
Date: 11/21/2019
Time: 11 a.m.
Location: 3110 ESB
Sponsor: The Institute for Condensed Matter Theory
Event Type: Seminar/Symposium
 

: Using a framework of composite-fermions in the presence of
quenched disorder, we explain two observed features of the phase
diagram of 2DEG in a strong magnetic field. 1) Particle-hole symmetry,
2) Self-duality of the integer quantum Hall to insulator transition
that leads to the universal resistivity tensor i.e. \rho_xx = \rho_xy = h/e^2.

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