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2015
Anderson Localization and the Quantum Phase Diagram of Three Dimensional Disordered Dirac Semimetals, J.. H. Pixley, P. Goswami, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 115, 076601 (2015)
Axial anomaly and longitudinal magnetoresistance of a generic three-dimensional metal, P. Goswami, J.. H. Pixley, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 92, 075205 (2015)
Cluster extended dynamical mean-field approach and unconventional superconductivity, J.. H. Pixley, A. Cai, and Q. Si , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 91 (2015)
Damping of Long-Wavelength Collective Modes in Spinor Bose-Fermi Mixtures, J.. H. Pixley, X. Li, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 114, 225303 (2015)
Entanglement entropy near Kondo-destruction quantum critical points, J.. H. Pixley, T. Chowdhury, M.. T. Miecnikowski, J. Stephens, C. Wagner, and K. Ingersent , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 91 (2015)
Exponential orthogonality catastrophe in single-particle and many-body localized systems, D-L. Deng, J.. H. Pixley, X. Li, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 92, 220201 (2015)
Many-Body Localization and Quantum Nonergodicity in a Model with a Single-Particle Mobility Edge, X. Li, S. Ganeshan, J.. H. Pixley, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 115, 186601 (2015)
Nearest Neighbor Tight Binding Models with an Exact Mobility Edge in One Dimension, S. Ganeshan, J.. H. Pixley, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 114, 146601 (2015)
Pairing correlations near a Kondo-destruction quantum critical point, J.. H. Pixley, L. Deng, K. Ingersent, and Q. Si , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 91 (2015)
Static and dynamic properties of interacting spin-1 bosons in an optical lattice, S. S. Natu, J.. H. Pixley, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 91, 043620 (2015)

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