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Quantum Criticality, Strange Metals and High Temperature Superconductors

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The discovery of high temperature superconductivity almost thirty years ago opened a rich vein of unsuspected and beautiful quantum phenomena. The vast experimental effort that followed has led to many different illustrations of new principles at work. This has been matched by intense theoretical effort, with sometimes deep ideas. I will describe a direction in which the central organizing principle is quantum-critical fluctuations, in some metals of known ordered phases, and in cuprates of a new class of order.

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