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

  • 23.03.2020
    16:20 Uhr

    Imaging the Formation of Ferromagnetic Domains at the $LaAlO_3$/$SrTiO_3$ Interface

  • 23.03.2020
    16:19 Uhr

    Nontrivial topological valence bands of common diamond and zinc-blende semiconductors

  • 23.03.2020
    16:15 Uhr

    Tailoring the topological surface state in ultrathin $\ensuremath{\alpha}$-Sn(111) films

  • 23.03.2020
    14:43 Uhr

    Non-Abelian anomalies in multi-Weyl semimetals

  • 23.03.2020
    14:43 Uhr

    The pyrochlore S=1/2 Heisenberg antiferromagnet at finite temperature

  • 23.03.2020
    14:42 Uhr

    Field-angle resolved magnetic excitations as a probe of hidden-order symmetry in CeB6

  • 23.03.2020
    14:41 Uhr

    Microscopic theory of fractional excitations in gapless bilayer quantum Hall states: semi-quantiz

  • 23.03.2020
    14:40 Uhr

    Crystal Chemistry and Bonding Patterns of Bismuth-Based Topological Insulators

  • 23.03.2020
    14:40 Uhr

    Fate of Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect in the Presence of External Magnetic Fields and Particle-Ho

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