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Volume 4 Issue 12, December 2022

The cover of this issue shows a visualization of the exotic topology of a non-Hermitian system. See Ding et al.

Image: Guancong Ma, Hong Kong Baptist University Cover design: Susanne Harris.

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  • As physicists are increasingly reliant on artificial intelligence (AI) methods in their research, we ponder the role of human beings in future scientific discoveries. Will we be guides to AI, or be guided by it?

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  • Non-Hermitian theory consists of mathematical structures that are used to describe open systems, which can give rise to non-Hermitian topology not found in Hermitian systems. This Review provides an overview of non-Hermitian band topology and discusses recent developments, such as the non-Hermitian skin effect and non-Hermitian topological classifications.

    • Kun Ding
    • Chen Fang
    • Guancong Ma
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