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- A. Esterov
- O. Gamayun
- A. V. Kosyak
- A. Ochirov
- E. Sobko
- Y. He
- M. Burtsev
- M. Reeves
- I. Shkredov
- T. Fink
- F. Sheldon
- G. Caldarelli
- R. Hannam
- F. Caravelli
- A. Coolen
- O. Dahlsten
- A. Mozeika
- M. Bardoscia
- P. Barucca
- M. Rowley
- I. Teimouri
- F. Antenucci
- A. Scala
- R. Farr
- A. Zegarac
- S. Sebastio
- B. Bollobás
- F. Lafond
- D. Farmer
- C. Pickard
- T. Reeves
- J. Blundell
- A. Gallagher
- M. Przykucki
- P. Smith
- L. Pietronero

Quantum field theory

### Peculiar betas tamed

Inconsistencies between two approaches to deriving beta functions in two-dimensional sigma models are resolved by adding heavy superpartners.

Condensed matter theory

### Non-reciprocal breather

Producing the first examples of breathing solitons in one-dimensional non-reciprocal media allows their propagation dynamics to be analysed.

Condensed matter theory

### Counting free fermions

A link between the statistical properties of free fermions in one dimension when either half- or alternating- states are initially occupied.

Condensed matter theory

### A kicked polaron

Modelling the final state of a mobile impurity particle immersed in a one-dimensional quantum fluid after the abrupt application of a force.

Condensed matter theory

### Strange kinks

A new non-linear mechanical metamaterial can sustain topological solitons, robust solitary waves that could have exciting applications.

Condensed matter theory

### Mobile impurity

Explicit computation of injection and ejection impurity’s Green’s function reveals a generalisation of the Kubo-Martin-Schwinger relation.

Quantum field theory

### Peculiar betas

The beta function for a class of sigma models is not found to be geometric, but rather has an elegant form in the context of algebraic data.

Condensed matter theory

### Spin diffusion

The spin-spin correlation function of the Hubbard model reveals that finite temperature spin transport in one spatial dimension is diffusive.

Condensed matter theory

### Spin-charge separation

A transformation for spin and charge degrees of freedom in one-dimensional lattice systems allows direct access to the dynamical correlations.