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15 IVPiotr Szańkowski (Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences)
Double or nothing: a Kolmogorov extension theorem for quantum mechanics
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20-22.02.2024 - Workshop on Quantum Simulators of the Future: From Dynamical Gauge Fields to Lattice Gauge Theories | (smr 3922)

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Current: /2107.11656

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We determine the phase diagram of the Abelian-Higgs model in one spatial dimension and time (1+1D) on a lattice. We identify a line of first order phase transitions separating the Higgs region from the confined one. This line terminates in a quantum critical point above which the two regions are connected by a smooth crossover. We analyze the critical point and find compelling evidences for its description as the product of two non-interacting systems, a massless free fermion and a massless free boson. However, we find also some surprizing results that cannot be explained by our simple picture, suggesting this newly discovered critical point to be an unusual one.

These are the datasets associated with the paper Titas Chanda, Maciej Lewenstein, Jakub Zakrzewski, Luca Tagliacozzo, Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 090601 (2022). Data reported in the paper are collected here with the leading python script 'plot_all.ipynb'.

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