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Magnetism and topology in strongly correlated metals

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Central to the correlated electron systems is the notion that novel phases develop near magnetism, which gives rise to a rich phase competition. When a large spin-orbit coupling accompanies strong electron correlations, topological electronic states emerge as a part of the global quantum phase diagram. In this talk, I will make these general points via specific theoretical models for correlated metals and the corresponding realizations in experiments. Through these discussions, I also hope to highlight a unusual path that links the prototypical settings of quantum criticality and strange metal behavior to a seemingly unrelated subject of correlation-driven topological semimetals.

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