Home Page de Bruno Mera
Bruno Mera (email@example.com)
Office 2-8.1, Physics Department IST
Main research interests
Topological phases of matter.
Geometry and topology in physics.
PhD in Physics, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, 2018
M.Sc. in Physics [Mestrado Integrado em Engenharia Física Tecnológica], Instituto Superior Técnico, 2011
B. Mera, C. Vlachou, N. Paunković, V. R. Vieira, O. Viyuela, "Dynamical phase transitions at finite temperature from fidelity and interferometric Loschmidt echo induced metrics", arXiv:1705.04394. Get PDF
B. Mera, "Topological response of gapped fermions to a U(1) Gauge field", arXiv:1705.04394. Get PDF
B. Mera, C. Vlachou, N. Paunković, V. R. Vieira, "Uhlmann Connection in Fermionic Systems Undergoing Phase Transitions", Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 015702. Get PDF
B. Mera, C. Vlachou, N. Paunković, V. R. Vieira, "Boltzmann-Gibbs states in topological quantum walks
and associated many-body systems:
fidelity and Uhlmann parallel transport analysis of
phase transitions", J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 50 365302. Get PDF
B. Mera, M. A. N. Araújo, V. R. Vieira, "Properties of some Hamiltonians describing topologically non-trivial fermionic systems", J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 27, 465501 (2015) – IOPselect, LabTalk. Get PDF
B. Mera, V. R. Vieira, V. K. Dugaev, "Dynamics of magnetic moments coupled to electrons and lattice oscillations", Phys. Rev. B 88, 184419 (2013). Get PDF
Y. Vorobiev, B. Mera, V. R. Vieira, P. Horley, J. González-Hernández, "Weak and strong conﬁnements in prismatic and cylindrical nanostructures", Nanoscale Res. Lett. 7, 371 (2012). Get PDF
B. Mera, "The Uhlmann connection in fermionic systems undergoing phase transitions", CeFEMA mini-workshop 2017, 21 February 2017.
B. Mera, "Geometric Phases in Quantum Mechanics", CeFEMA-gt Physics Forum, 11 November 2016. Get PDF
B. Mera, "A theorem regarding families of topologically
non-trivial fermionic systems", sessão temática Física Quântica e Geometria, Encontro Nacional da Sociedade Portuguesa de Matemática 2016, Barreiro (Portugal), 11-13 July 2016. Get PDF
Physics Stack Exchange Questions and Answers
I find particularly interesting the Physics Stack Exchange forum since it allows for the discussion of all kinds of physics questions at a very good level. In fact, one can realize how badly some concepts are understood by trying to answer some of these questions.
Derivation of Expression for Berry curvature in a two-level system (of particular interest for topological insulators)
Chern-Simons term: Integrating out Gapped fermions in 2+1 dimensions coupled to external gauge field