Contributor info: Prof. Meng Cheng
Title:  Prof. 
First name:  Meng 
Last name:  Cheng 
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Publications
Publications for which this Contributor is identified as an author:
Meng Cheng, PoShen Hsin, ChaoMing Jian
SciPost Phys. 14, 100 (2023) · published 9 May 2023  · pdf
YanCheng Wang, Nvsen Ma, Meng Cheng, Zi Yang Meng
SciPost Phys. 13, 123 (2022) · published 14 December 2022  · pdf
Meng Cheng, ChaoMing Jian
SciPost Phys. 12, 202 (2022) · published 27 June 2022  · pdf
Matthew F. Lapa, Meng Cheng, Yuxuan Wang
SciPost Phys. 11, 086 (2021) · published 2 November 2021  · pdf
Shenghan Jiang, Meng Cheng, Yang Qi, YuanMing Lu
SciPost Phys. 11, 024 (2021) · published 6 August 2021  · pdf
Joseph Sullivan, Meng Cheng
SciPost Phys. 9, 016 (2020) · published 5 August 2020  · pdf
Maissam Barkeshli, Meng Cheng
SciPost Phys. 8, 028 (2020) · published 18 February 2020  · pdf
Submissions
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Author Replies

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in Submissions  report on Gauging Lie group symmetry in (2+1)d topological phases

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in Submissions  report on Scaling of disorder operator at deconfined quantum criticality

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in Submissions  report on Scaling of disorder operator at deconfined quantum criticality

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in Submissions  report on Scaling of disorder operator at deconfined quantum criticality

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in Submissions  report on Scaling of disorder operator at deconfined quantum criticality

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in Submissions  report on Scaling of disorder operator at deconfined quantum criticality

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in Submissions  report on Gauging U(1) symmetry in (2+1)d topological phases

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in Submissions  report on Gauging U(1) symmetry in (2+1)d topological phases
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in Submissions  report on LiebSchultzMattis, Luttinger, and 't Hooft  anomaly matching in lattice systems