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Exploring the topology of a quantum Hall system at the microscopic level

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A well-known synthetic dimensions proposal involves using atomic states as lattice sites, where Raman transitions correspond to hopping. This proposal used the F = 1 hyperfine manifold of Rubidium-87, and was hence limited to three states. In this Journal Club, I’ll discuss a new paper released at the end of last year in which atomic levels of Dysprosium-162 are used instead. This gives 17 sites, allowing for bulk effects to be seen.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Journal Club and Group Meeting series.

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