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

  • 23 Oct 2022

    Nature Communications

    Observation of room temperature excitons in an atomically thin topological insulator

  • 11 Oct 2022

    Phys. Rev. B

    Band inversion induced large-gap quantum spin Hall states in III-Bi-monolayer/${\mathrm{SiO}}_{2}$

  • 11 Oct 2022

    Phys. Rev. B

    Hybrid Bloch-Néel spiral states in ${\mathrm{Mn}}_{1.4}\mathrm{PtSn}$ probed by resonant soft x-ray scattering

  • 04 Oct 2022

    Phys. Rev. B

    Elastic response of ${\mathrm{U}}_{3}{\mathrm{Cu}}_{4}{\mathrm{Ge}}_{4}$ to spontaneous and field-induced phase transitions

  • 29 Sep 2022

    Phys. Rev. B

    Large-gap quantum anomalous Hall states induced by functionalizing buckled Bi-III monolayer/${\mathrm{Al}}_{2}{\mathrm{O}}_{3}$

  • 22 Sep 2022

    SciPost Physics

    Exact Gravity Duals for Simple Quantum Circuits

  • 22 Sep 2022

    Phys. Rev. B

    Nontrivial gapless electronic states at the stacking faults of weak topological insulators

  • 21 Sep 2022

    Phys. Rev. Lett.

    Deep Learning the Functional Renormalization Group

  • 21 Sep 2022

    Phys. Rev. B

    Hard x-ray angle-resolved photoemission from a buried high-mobility electron system

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