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Quantum localization (single-body or many-body) comes with the emergence of local conserved quantities called l-bits—whose conservation is precisely at the heart of the absence of transport through the system. And in the just published article New J. Phys. 23, 1 (2021), d.in/dD9FqNy), two Warwick physicists and an international team show that these l-bits bear a dramatic universal signature, accessible to state-of-the-art quantum simulators, in the form of periodic cusp singularities in the Loschmidt echo following a quantum quench from a Néel/charge-density-wave state.
Warwick Institute of Engagement – Fellowships Update
New fellows of the Warwick Institute of Engagement have been announced! Physics is very well represented - congratulations to:
Ally Caldecote (Foundation Fellow)
Anne-Marie Broomhall (Foundation Fellow)
Aruni Fonseka (Associate Fellow)
Don Pollacco (Honorary Fellow)
Oksana Trushkevych (Associate Fellow)
Tishtrya Mehta (Associate Fellow).
They will work with the team (incl. Rachel Edwards, the Institute's Deputy Director) to deliver and promote high quality public engagement. You can find more about the Warwick Institute of Engagement and its initiatives here.