Area B - Quantum Magnetism

Research area B is focused on materials and models of strongly interacting electrons, in particular those with local moments and non-trivial magnetic phenomena, together with their interplay with itinerant charge carriers as well as orbital and lattice degrees of freedom. Area B will tackle the following main goals: the search for and synthesis of novel magnetic quantum materials, the study and control of intertwined electronic orders, in particular in complex oxides and calchogenides, the creation and manipulation of nanostructures of quantum magnets, the investigation of quantum criticality in interacting topological systems beyond the Landau-Ginzburg-Wilson paradigm as well as the detection and classification of interaction-driven topological phases.

Recent Publications

  • 20.08.2020

    Emergent moments and random singlet physics in a Majorana spin liquid

  • 19.08.2020

    Nature of Magnetic Excitations in the High-Field Phase of $\alpha\text{-}\mathrm{RuCl}_3$

  • 04.08.2020

    Pyrochlore $S=\frac{1}{2}$ Heisenberg antiferromagnet at finite temperature

  • 17.06.2020

    Confinement transition in the ${\mathrm{QED}}_{3}$-Gross-Neveu-XY universality class

  • 17.06.2020

    Random-bond disorder in two-dimensional non-collinear XY
    antiferromagnets: From quasi-long-range order to spin glass

  • 17.06.2020

    Soluble Fermionic Quantum Critical Point in Two Dimensions

  • 17.06.2020

    Microscopic Models for Kitaev's Sixteenfold Way of Anyon Theories

  • 17.06.2020

    Observation of a gapless spin liquid in a diluted Kitaev honeycomb
    material

  • 17.06.2020

    Extremely slow nonequilibrium monopole dynamics in classical spin ice

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