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Laflorencie Nicolas

CNRS researcher (section 02) HDR

CONTACT

- Email : laflo-AT-irsamc.ups-tlse.fr / n.laflorencie-AT-gmail.com
- Phone : +33 (0)5 61 55 64 63
- Address : LPT, IRSAMC, Université Paul Sabatier, 118 Route de Narbonne, 31062 Toulouse, France
- Office : 312 Bâtiment 3R1B4

MINI CV

- 2016 : Habilitation "Quantum entanglement in condensed matter systems"
- Since 2011 : CNRS permanent researcher at LPT Toulouse
- 2007-2011 : CNRS permanent researcher at LPS Orsay
- 2006-2007 : Postdoc at EPFL (Switzerland) with F. Mila
- 2004-2006 : Postdoc at UBC (Canada) with I. Affleck
- 2000-2004 : PhD at LPT Toulouse with D. Poilblanc

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

- Condensed matter theory
- Quantum & frustrated magnetism / High magnetic fields
- Impurities and disordered systems / Many-body localization
- Quantum entanglement in condensed matter physics
- Numerical simulations for strongly correlated materials

PUBLICATIONS

- COMPLETE LIST OF PAPERS in PDF
- Google Scholar
- ADS profile
- PUBLONS

RECENT FUNDING

- ANR GLADYS "on the glassy nature of quantum disordered systems" (2020-2023)
- Labex NEXT METHEOR "Dynamical mean-field theory with disorder" (2019 - 2022)
- ANR LINK "Quantum Spin Liquids in Kagome Materials" (2018-2021)
- ANR THERMOLOC "Thermalization & Localization in Quantum systems" (2016-2020)
- ANR BOLODISS "Boson Localization in Disordered Spin Systems" (2015-2018)
- ANR Internationale QUAPRIS "Quantum Phases of Random Interacting Systems" (2012-2015)

PhD STUDENTS and POSTDOCS

- Ankita Chakrabarti (Postdoc 2020-2022)
- Nicolas Macé (Postdoc 2017-2020)
- Francesca Pietracaprina (Postdoc 2018-2019)
- Maxime Dupont (PhD 2015-2018)
- Elmer Doggen (Postdoc 2016-2017)
- David Luitz (Postdoc 2013-2015)
- Juan Pablo Alvarez Zuniga (PhD 2011-2015)
- Helder Casa Grande (visiting PhD 2012-2013)
- Daniel Huerga (visiting PhD 2014)
- Arthur Lavarelo (PhD Orsay 2010-2013)
- Prospective students (master & PhD projects) : please contact me



RECENT HIGHLIGHTS




Chain breaking and Kosterlitz-Thouless scaling at the many-body localization transition
N. Laflorencie, G. Lemarié, N. Macé,
arXiv:2004.02861


















Multiple Magnetic Bilayers and Unconventional Criticality without Frustration in $\mathrm{BaCuSi}_{2}\mathrm{O}_{6}$
S. Allenspach et al.,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 124, 177205 (2020) / arXiv:1911.04161














Multifractal Scalings across the Many-Body Localization Transition
N. Macé, F. Alet, N. Laflorencie,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 123, 180601 (2019) / arXiv:1812.10283











Detection of a disorder-induced Bose-Einstein condensate in a quantum spin material at high magnetic fields
A. Orlova et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 121, 177202 (2018) / arXiv:1801.18445

Disorder-induced Revival of the Bose-Einstein Condensation at High Magnetic Fields in $\mathrm{Ni}(\mathrm{Cl}_{1-x}\mathrm{Br}_x)_2-4\mathrm{SC}(\mathrm{NH}_2)_2$
M. Dupont, S. Capponi, N. Laflorencie, Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 067204 (2017) / arXiv:1610.05136

Nuclear magnetic resonance reveals disordered level-crossing physics in the Bose-glass regime of Br-doped $\mathrm{Ni}(\mathrm{Cl}_{1-x}\mathrm{Br}_x)_2-4\mathrm{SC}(\mathrm{NH}_2)_2$ compound at high magnetic field
A. Orlova et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 067203 (2017) / arXiv:1607.02360
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Temperature dependence of the NMR relaxation rate 1/T1 for quantum spin chains
Phys. Rev. B 94, 144409 (2016) (Editors’ Suggestion)
Maxime Dupont, Sylvain Capponi, Nicolas Laflorencie









Quantum entanglement in condensed matter systems
Physics Report 643, 1-59 (2016)
N. Laflorencie











Many-body localization edge in the random-field Heisenberg chain
Phys. Rev. B 91, 081103(R) (2015)
D. J. Luitz, N. Laflorencie, F. Alet







Critical Properties of the Superfluid – Bose Glass Transition in Two Dimensions
Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 155301 (2015)
J. P. Alvarez Zuniga, D. J. Luitz, G. Lemarié and N. Laflorencie








Universal behavior beyond multifractality in quantum many-body systems
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 057203 (2014) ->http://prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v112/i5/e057203
D. J. Luitz, F. Alet, and N. Laflorencie