Congjun Wu received his Ph.D. in physics from Stanford University in 2005, and did his postdoctoral research at the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, from 2005 to 2007. He became an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics at the University of California, San Diego in 2007, an Associate Professor in 2011, and a Professor in 2017. In 2021, he became a Chair Professor at School of Science, Westlake University. He was selected as a New Cornerstone Investigator in 2023, elected to a Fellow of American Physical Society in 2018, and awarded the Sloan Research fellowship in 2008.
Mean-field theories for many-body states rely on two-fermion orderings. Order parameters lie in either the particle-particle channel such as pairing orders for superconductivity, or, in the particle-hole channel such as spin-density-wave orders for antiferromagnetism. We examine this class of multi-particle fermion multi-particle clustering instabilities in one-dimensional spin-3/2 fermion systems via the renormalization group and bosonization method, which exhibit the quartetting superfluidity (charge 4e) and quartet density wave orderings. We also introduce a mechanism of the charge-6e state via frustration of pair-density-wave state, which may be relevant to the recent hc/6e oscillations observed in the Little-parks type experiments in Kagome superconductors. Furthermore, we also studied the dominant role of Bethe string, i.e., multi-magnon excitations in quantum dynamics when spin chains are close to the field-tuned criticality.
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