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Spontaneous structural rearrangements play a central role in the organization and function of complex biomolecular systems. In …

Realizations of gauge theories in setups of quantum synthetic matter open up the possibility of probing salient exotic phenomena in …

The exploration of phase diagrams of strongly interacting gauge theories coupled to matter in lower dimensions promises the …

Disorder-free localization is a recently discovered phenomenon of nonergodicity that can emerge in quantum many-body systems hosting …

Disorder-free localization is a paradigm of nonergodicity in translation-invariant quantum many-body systems hosting gauge symmetries. …

With recent progress in quantum simulations of lattice-gauge theories, it is becoming a pressing question how to reliably protect the …

In a recent work Dağ, Uhrich, and Halimeh, arXiv:2105.05986, single-site observables have been introduced as a versatile tool for the …

The postulate of gauge invariance in nature does not lend itself directly to implementations of lattice gauge theories in modern setups …

Equilibrium quantum many-body systems in the vicinity of phase transitions generically manifest universality. In contrast, limited …

Lattice gauge theories are fundamental to such distinct fields as particle physics, condensed matter, and quantum information science. …

We give a complete classification of fully symmetric as well as chiral $\mathbb{Z}_2$ quantum spin liquids on the pyrochlore lattice …

Gauge theories form the foundation of modern physics, with applications ranging from elementary particle physics and early-universe …

We consider a minimal model to investigate the quantum phases of hardcore, polarized dipolar atoms confined in multilayer optical …

Despite the pristine abilities of analog quantum simulators to study quantum dynamics, possibilities to detect currents are sparse. …

Protection of gauge invariance in experimental realizations of lattice gauge theories based on energy-penalty schemes has recently …

We investigate the quench dynamics of the dipolar bosons in two dimensional optical lattice of square geometry using the time dependent …

Extracting critical behavior in the wake of quantum quenches has recently been at the forefront of theoretical and experimental …

Sampling equilibrium ensembles of dense polymer mixtures is a paradigmatically hard problem in computational physics, even in …

Nonadiabatic molecular dynamics occur in a wide range of chemical reactions and femtochemistry experiments involving electronically …

Although gauge invariance is a postulate in fundamental theories of nature such as quantum electrodynamics, in quantum-simulation …

Quantum many-body systems are characterized by their correlations. While equal-time correlators and unequal-time commutators between …

The solution of gauge theories is one of the most promising applications of quantum technologies. Here, we discuss the approach to the …

Gauge symmetry plays a key role in our description of subatomic matter. The vanishing photon mass, the long-ranged Coulomb law, and …

Conservation laws in a quantum many-body system play a direct role in its dynamic behavior. Understanding the effect of weakly breaking …

A major test of the capabilities of modern quantum simulators and NISQ devices is the reliable realization of gauge theories, which …

Quantum many-body systems with exact local gauge symmetries exhibit rich out-of-equilibrium physics such as constrained dynamics and …

The dynamics of lattice gauge theories is characterized by an abundance of local symmetry constraints. Although errors that break gauge …