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Thanks for coming to my poster! Unfortunately, I got called upon to serve as a judge for the APS FECS Early Career poster prize, so I won’t be able to present. Fortunately, I am presenting this same work as a talk on Thursday at 9:12am central/10:12am eastern.
R20.00005: Field-induced freezing in the unfrustrated Ising antiferromagnet
Thursday, March 18, 9:12 AM–9:24 AM CDT
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One of the great things about this problem is that the simulations run extremely fast, and there is probably interesting work that can be done with just a laptop. I have posted the code online using Gitlab if you want to give it a try (also on Github, Zenodo).
This talk is based on my paper:
Field-induced freezing in the unfrustrated Ising antiferromagnet
Phys. Rev. E 102 032112 (2020) [free pdf] [arXiv:2001:09268]
If you missed my talk, take a look at this blog post summarizing the paper, or my recorded talk from the 2020 March Meeting (which is a bit out of date). And if you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact me.
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