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  • 20.03.2020
    12:12 Uhr

    Heisenberg-Kitaev models on hyperhoneycomb and stripy-honeycomb lattices: 3D-2D equivalence of order

  • 20.03.2020
    12:08 Uhr

    Exactly soluble model for a fractionalized Weyl semimetal

  • 20.03.2020
    12:05 Uhr

    Internal screening and dielectric engineering in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene

  • 20.03.2020
    12:00 Uhr

    Nonlocal annihilation of Weyl fermions in correlated systems

  • 20.03.2020
    11:58 Uhr

    Topological Electronic Structure and Intrinsic Magnetization in $MnBi_4Te_7$

  • 20.03.2020
    11:56 Uhr

    Destruction of long-range order in noncollinear two-dimensional antiferromagnets by random-bond diso

  • 20.03.2020
    11:32 Uhr

    Voltage-tunable Majorana bound states in time-reversal symmetric bilayer quantum spin Hall hybrid sy

  • Dpg-2020-Large

    16.03.2020
    09:30 – 12:15 Uhr

    CANCELLED - Focus Session: Topological Phenomena in Synthetic Matter

    A special session on topological physics at the DPG Spring Meeting.

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    13.03.2020
    19:49 Uhr

    Collapse of layer dimerization in the photo-induced hidden state of 1T-TaS2

  • Csm-08dyakonov-A44e257ead

    02.03.2020
    13:45 Uhr

    Initialization and read-out of intrinsic spin defects in a van der Waals crystal at room temperature

    The Dyakonov group observed spin centers for the first time experimentally in 2D-materials. As decribed in Nature Materials they have potential as possible roomtemperature qbits.

  • Csm-08dyakonov-A44e257ead

    02.03.2020
    13:28 Uhr

    Initialization and read-out of intrinsic spin defects in a van der Waals crystal at room temperature

    The Dyakonov group observed spin centers for the first time experimentally in 2D-materials. As decribed in Nature Materials they have potential as possible roomtemperature qbits.

  • 05.02.2020
    11:02 Uhr

    MnBi2Te4 – the name of the first antiferromagnetic topological insulator

    A large consortium of international and interdisciplinary research teams involving Technische Universität Dresden, Leibniz IFW Dresden and Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg has discovered a new type of bulk quantum material with intrinsically magnetic and topological properties. The new material is called manganese-bismuth telluride (MnBi2Te4) and is promising for applications in antiferromagnetic spintronics and quantum technologies. The results of the research work are published in the renowned journal Nature.

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