We have written a brief review on the emergent field of cavity quantum materials. Check it out here.
Join our group as a PhD student. We have two openings: – Floquet and cavity engineering of Kagome metals – Transport signatures and cavity control of non-Hermitian topology Poster
On July 14th, 2021, we did a 22-kilometer hike and “climbed” Hamburg’s highest point at the Hasselbrack.
Tao Yu, a postdoc at MPSD now, will work in School of Physics at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (Wuhan, China) as a Professor of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics. He will lead the group for dynamics of quantum materials, focusing on interesting theoretical problems among the magnetism, spintronics, unconventional superconductivity, correlated spin system, and… Continue reading Tao will start new group at Huazhong University
Michael’s Long Range Colloquium talk at the Virtual Science Forum is online. Check it out!
Michael will visit the Pauli Center for Theoretical Studies in Zurich in September and October 2021, including a visit at Paul Scherrer Institute in Villigen.
Our review on nonthermal pathways to ultrafast control in quantum materials is online.
The Sentef lab is at the upcoming virtual APS March meeting. Come see us! Damian Hofmann, Challenges for simulating quantum spin dynamics in two dimensions by neural network quantum states Mona Kalthoff, Dynamical phase transition in an optically driven 2D Heisenberg antiferromagnet Tao Yu, Optical Manipulation of Domains in Chiral Topological Superconductors Christian Eckhardt, Parquet… Continue reading Meet us at the APS March Meeting
Apply for PhD positions in ultrafast science: 25 PhD projects within IMPRS-UFAST. Deadline: November 15, 2020.
One of the holy-grail questions in condensed matter physics is how superconductivity — the property of many electrons to go into a quantum soup state that can carry electricity without losses — emerges at relatively high temperatures in certain materials, and how these temperatures could be boosted even further. Now a research team at the… Continue reading Cheering up a frustrated quantum system