Vision & Mission

The newly established Würzburg-Dresden Center for Topological Quantum Matter Research functions as a bridge between the condensed matter research institutions at Würzburg and Dresden. Our aim is to develop a deep understanding of topological phenomena in general and to identify materials in which those phenomena can be observed in the laboratory.

Recent Publications

  • 02 Nov 2021

    Nature Materials

    Identifying carbon as the source of visible single-photon emission from hexagonal boron nitride

  • 02 Apr 2021


    Room temperature coherent control of spin defects in hexagonal boron nitride

  • 22 Feb 2021

    APL Materials

    Local and nonlocal spin Seebeck effect in lateral $Pt–Cr_2O_3–Pt$ devices at low temperatures

  • 18 Feb 2021

    npj 2D Materials and Applications

    Freestanding few-layer sheets of a dual topological insulator

  • 27 Jan 2021

    Phys. Rev. B

    Destruction of long-range magnetic order in an external magnetic field and the associated spin dynamics in ${\mathrm{Cu}}_{2}{\mathrm{GaBO}}_{5}$ and ${\mathrm{Cu}}_{2}{\mathrm{AlBO}}_{5}$ ludwigites

  • 21 Jan 2021

    Phys. Rev. B

    Distortional weak-coupling instability of Bogoliubov Fermi surfaces

  • 21 Jan 2021

    ACS Catalysis

    Momentum for Catalysis: How Surface Reactions Shape the $RuO_2$ Flat Surface State

  • 19 Jan 2021


    Magnetic and Electronic Properties of Weyl Semimetal $Co_2MnGa$ Thin Films

  • 24 Dec 2020

    Phys. Rev. B

    High-field thermal transport properties of the Kitaev quantum magnet $\alpha-RuCl_3$: Evidence for low-energy excitations beyond the critical field

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