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Erich Mueller proposes a new way to produce a specific quantum state, whose excitations act as anyons

In the three-dimensional world, all fundamental particles must fall into one of two categories – those that behave like the photons that make up light, and those that behave like the electrons and

Jie Shan and Kin Fai Mak become the first to control atomically thin magnets with an electric field

optical microscope image of a monolayer and three bilayer devices on silicon substrates

Cornell researchers have become the first to control atomically thin magnets with an electric field, a breakthrough that provides a blueprint for producing exceptionally powerful and efficient data

Eun-Ah Kim's Research Highlighted by the DOE

The schematic illustrates a snapshot of the electronic density of the system.

The U.S. Department of Energy has highlighted Eun-Ah Kim's groups research on machine learning. 

Eun-ah Kim's group proposes new topological superconductor

The metal-quantum paramagnet heterostructure proposed by a research group led by Eun-Ah Kim. The metal provides the charge carriers; the QPM provides a pairing interaction via spin fluctuations.

The Keck Foundation announced in early July that it had awarded $1

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