Eugene Demler

Harvard University

Hubbard modelUltracold atomPhysicsStatistical physicsLattice (order)QuasiparticlePhase transitionAntiferromagnetismAtomic physicsMaterials scienceSuperfluidityCondensed matter physicsFermionSuperconductivityQuantum mechanicsPolaronBosonSpin-½QuantumOptical lattice

702Publications

102H-index

24.1kCitations

Publications 631

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#1Annabelle BohrdtH-Index: 11

#2Eugene Demler (Harvard University)H-Index: 102

Last. Fabian Grusdt (LMU: Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich)H-Index: 31

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Understanding the nature of charge carriers in doped Mott insulators holds the key to unravelling puzzling properties of strongly correlated electron systems, including cuprate superconductors. Several theoretical models suggested that dopants can be understood as bound states of partons, the analogues of quarks in high-energy physics. However, direct signatures of spinon-chargon bound states are lacking, both in experiment and theory. Here we propose a rotational variant of angle-resolved photo...

#1Kushal SeetharamH-Index: 4

#2Dries SelsH-Index: 16

Last. Eugene DemlerH-Index: 102

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The utility of near-term quantum computers and simulators is likely to rely upon software-hardware co-design, with error-aware algorithms and protocols optimized for the platforms they are run on. Here, we show how knowledge of noise in a system can be exploited to improve the design of gate-based quantum simulation algorithms. We concretely demonstrate this co-design in the context of a trapped ion quantum simulation of the dynamics of a Heisenberg spin model. Specifically, we derive a theoreti...

#1Marios H. Michael (Harvard University)H-Index: 4

#2Michael Först (MPG: Max Planck Society)H-Index: 39

Last. Eugene Demler (ETH Zurich)H-Index: 102

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Optical drives at terahertz and mid-infrared frequencies in quantum materials are increasingly used to reveal the nonlinear dynamics of collective modes in correlated many-body systems and their interplay with electromagnetic waves. Recent experiments demonstrated several surprising optical properties of transient states induced by driving, including the appearance of photo-induced edges in the reflectivity in cuprate superconductors, observed both below and above the equilibrium transition temp...

#1Alfred Zong (MIT: Massachusetts Institute of Technology)H-Index: 13

#2Pavel E. Dolgirev (Harvard University)H-Index: 10

Last. Nuh Gedik (MIT: Massachusetts Institute of Technology)H-Index: 44

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Engineering novel states of matter with light is at the forefront of materials research. An intensely studied direction is to realize broken-symmetry phases that are "hidden" under equilibrium conditions but can be unleashed by an ultrashort laser pulse. Despite a plethora of experimental discoveries, the nature of these orders and how they transiently appear remain unclear. To this end, we investigate a nonequilibrium charge density wave (CDW) in rare-earth tritellurides, which is suppressed in...

#1Joannis Koepsell (MPG: Max Planck Society)H-Index: 7

#2Dominik Bourgund (MPG: Max Planck Society)H-Index: 3

Last. Christian Gross (University of Tübingen)H-Index: 36

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The competition between antiferromagnetism and hole motion in two-dimensional Mott insulators lies at the heart of a doping-dependent transition from an anomalous metal to a conventional Fermi liqu...

#1Kushal SeetharamH-Index: 4

#2Debopriyo BiswasH-Index: 4

Last. Dries SelsH-Index: 16

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Computational simulations of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) experiments are essential for extracting information about molecular structure and dynamics, but are often intractable on classical computers for large molecules such as proteins and protocols such as zero-field NMR. We demonstrate the first quantum simulation of a NMR spectrum, computing the zero-field spectrum of the methyl group of acetonitrile on a trapped-ion quantum computer. We reduce the sampling cost of the quantum simulation...

#1Kushal SeetharamH-Index: 4

#2Yulia E. ShchadilovaH-Index: 12

Last. Eugene DemlerH-Index: 102

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We investigate the behavior of a finite-momentum impurity immersed in a weakly interacting three-dimensional Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) of ultra-cold atoms, giving a detailed account of the dynamical quantum Cherenkov transition discussed in Ref. [arXiv:2101.00030]. Using a time-dependent variational approach, we identify a transition in the far-from-equilibrium dynamics of the system after the attractive short-range impurity-boson interaction is quenched on. The transition occurs as the imp...

#1Yao Wang (Clemson University)H-Index: 17

#2Annabelle BohrdtH-Index: 11

Last. Fabian Grusdt (LMU: Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich)H-Index: 31

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#3Eugene Demler (ETH Zurich)H-Index: 102

#1Biao Lian (Princeton University)H-Index: 32

#2Chao-Xing LiuH-Index: 49

Last. Xiao-Liang Qi (Stanford University)H-Index: 79

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Immanuel Bloch

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