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Mapping topological to conformal field theories through strange correlators
R Vanhove, M Bal, DJ Williamson, N Bultinck, J Haegeman, F Verstraete
Physical review letters 121 (17), 177203, 2018
612018
Critical lattice model for a Haagerup conformal field theory
R Vanhove, L Lootens, M Van Damme, R Wolf, TJ Osborne, J Haegeman, ...
Physical review letters 128 (23), 231602, 2022
432022
Efficient matrix product state methods for extracting spectral information on rings and cylinders
M Van Damme, R Vanhove, J Haegeman, F Verstraete, L Vanderstraeten
Physical Review B 104 (11), 115142, 2021
262021
Galois conjugated tensor fusion categories and nonunitary conformal field theory
L Lootens, R Vanhove, J Haegeman, F Verstraete
Physical review letters 124 (12), 120601, 2020
222020
Global anomaly detection in two-dimensional symmetry-protected topological phases
N Bultinck, R Vanhove, J Haegeman, F Verstraete
Physical review letters 120 (15), 156601, 2018
162018
Sequential quantum circuits as maps between gapped phases
X Chen, A Dua, M Hermele, DT Stephen, N Tantivasadakarn, R Vanhove, ...
Physical Review B 109 (7), 075116, 2024
142024
Topological aspects of the critical three-state Potts model
R Vanhove, L Lootens, HH Tu, F Verstraete
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 55 (23), 235002, 2022
122022
Cardy states, defect lines and chiral operators of coset CFTs on the lattice
L Lootens, R Vanhove, F Verstraete
arXiv preprint arXiv:1907.02520, 2019
92019
Galois conjugated tensor fusion categories and non-unitary CFT
L Lootens, R Vanhove, J Haegeman, F Verstraete
arXiv preprint arXiv:1902.11241, 0
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A strange tensor network mapping: the bridge between topological phases of matter and critical lattice models
R Vanhove
Ghent University, 2022
2022
A tensor network perspective on the anomalous edge of 2D bosonic SPT phases
R VANHOVE
2017
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