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Our paper on using vacuum fluctuations of light in a cavity to change materials properties is online.
Riku’s paper on ultrafast signatures of Majorana zero modes is online. Congrats! This was a very nice collaboration with our friends Enrico Perfetto and Gianluca Stefanucci in Rome as well as Robert van Leeuwen in Jyväskylä.
Michael is organizing UXSS 2019, taking place in Hamburg, June 16-21, 2019. The ultrafast x-ray summer seminar (UXSS) is an annual school aimed at PhD students and junior postdocs working on or interested in learning about x-ray methods at free-electron laser sources. Topics range from basics of x-ray sources via atomic and molecular physics and… Continue reading UXSS 2019 at CFEL Hamburg
CORPES 2019 (international workshop on strong correlations and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy) is taking place at Worcester College, Oxford (UK), July 15-19, 2019. Click here for the line-up of invited speakers.
Our paper on cavity materials – how to manipulate matter with pure vacuum fluctuations of light – was published in Science Advances. Here is the press release.
Gabriel’s paper is out in Nature Communications: G. E. Topp et al., Nature Communications 9, 4452 (2018). Here is a link to the press release “Shedding light on Weyl fermions” on the MPSD website (click here for a German version). Congratulations, Gabriel!
Riku’s new paper on the adiabatic preparation of a correlated symmetry-broken initial state with the generalized Kadanoff-Baym ansatz is on arXiv.
Our paper on cavity QED superconductivity is online: arXiv:1802.09437. We propose to use the coupling of matter to quantized photon modes inside a cavity to enhance electron-phonon coupling and influence superconductivity.
Riku’s paper with Mike Ridley on charge pumping in ac-driven graphene nanoribbons has been published in Physical Review B. Congrats! Popular summary: Typically, electronic current flowing through a conductor needs a net voltage to be applied across the conductor. However, applying an alternating voltage, which is zero on average, may induce a direct current. This… Continue reading Charge pumping in graphene