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Informal CMTC Seminar

Date
Thu, Sep 26, 2019 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location
4402 Atlantic Building

Description

Title: Topological phases in the real world

Speaker: Yi-Ting Hsu (CMTC, Maryland)

Abstract: Topological phases are exotic quantum matters that have non-trivial topological nature in their electronic properties, which often result in robust quantization in bulk transports and excitations localized on the boundary. In low-dimensional topological superconductors, the boundary excitations are dubbed “Majorana modes” for being their own antiparticles, and have been proposed as a promising candidate for qubits in quantum computation. Yet, materials hosting topological superconductivity are rare to date. I will discuss examples of how to design and search for material candidates for various types of topological superconductors by exploiting the interplay between topology and symmetry.


Condensed Matter Theory Center website:
http://www.physics.umd.edu/cmtc/seminars.html

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