Area D - Tailoring Topological Functionality

The main research objectives of Area D are devoted to the application of topological protection of spin and charge transport in topological materials, the manipulation of unconventional fractionalized excitations as a first step towards topological quantum computing, a better control of entanglement of protected quantum states by exploiting topological properties, the application of competing many-body states in complex quantum materials in novel device concepts, the usage of topological protection in photonic devices, and the exploration of topolectrical circuitry design.

Recent Publications

  • 19.07.2020

    Wafer-Scale High-Quality Microtubular Devices Fabricated via Dry-Etching for Optical and Microelectronic Applications

  • 23.03.2020

    Information geometry in quantum field theory: lessons from simple

  • 23.03.2020

    Heterogeneous catalysis at the surface of topological materials

  • 23.03.2020

    In Situ Induction of Strain in Iron Phosphide (FeP2) Catalyst for Enhanced Hydroxide Adsorption and Water Oxidation

  • 23.03.2020

    Active viscoelasticity of odd materials

  • 23.03.2020

    Topological Josephson Heat Engine

  • 02.03.2020

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

  • 10.06.2019

    Room Temperature Initialisation and Readout of Intrinsic Spin Defects in a Van der Waals Crystal

    Optically addressable spins in widebandgap semiconductors have become one of the most prominent platforms for exploring fundamental quantum phenomena.

  • 20.05.2019

    Interacting topological edge channels

    Electrical currents in a quantum spin Hall insulator are confined to the boundary of the system.

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