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Year: 2000
DOI: 10.1007/bfb0108346
When several Landau levels of a high mobility two-dimensional electron system are occupied, transport measurements reveal evidence for intriguing new phenomena at low temperature. Near half filling in the N=2 and higher spin-split Landau levels, dramatic resistance anisotropies are observed. Large magnetoresistance peaks form in one direction in the 2D plane while deep minima form in the in the orthogonal direction. Application of a parallel magnetic field can re-orient this anisotropy. Interestingly, in the N=1 Landau level, parallel fields not only suppress the energy gap of the ν=5/2 fractional quantum Hall state but also render the transport highly anisotropic.https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20190822-085425450Novel phenomena in double layer two-dimensional electron systems
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Year: 2005
This manuscript is the written companion to lectures presented at Les Houches
in the summer of 2004. The intention is to introduce young scientists to some
of the fascinating physics of two-dimensional electrons at high magnetic fields.
With two Nobel prizes to its credit already, this topic surely rates as one of the
most important in contemporary physics. The field is, of course, huge. I cannot
hope, nor did I attempt, to do justice to more than a tiny fraction of it. My choice
of topics on which to concentrate is highly personal and should not be taken as a
judgment on what is most interesting or important in the field. They are simply
the things that I like, sort of understand, and have worked very hard on over the
last several years.https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20110816-093405015Exciton Transport in a Bilayer Quantum Hall Superfluid
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Year: 2013
DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/456/1/012009
Bilayer quantum Hall systems at v_T = 1 support an excitonic ground state. In addition to the usual charged quasiparticles, this system possesses a condensate degree of freedom: exciton transport. Detection of this neutral transport mode is facilitated by the use of the Corbino multiply-connected geometry in which charge transport is suppressed. We here summarize our recent experiments on Corbino devices which directly demonstrate exciton transport across the bulk of the incompressible v_T = 1 quantum Hall state.https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20131018-081227766