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12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Stephen Wilson

Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara

Unconventional electronic order in new classes of kagome metals

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Liang Wu

Assistant Professor, Department of Physics & Astronomy; University of Pennsylvania

Imaging Domain switching and Revealing Emergent Orders in 2D Antiferromagnets

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Sankar Das Sarma

Majorana zero modes and topological quantum computation: What, why, how, when?

Sankar Das Sarma will discuss the current status of the search for non-Abelian Majorana zero modes and topological superconductivity in solid state systems, from both experimental and theoretical perspectives.

12:20pm, 142 Sciences Dr. Ithaca, NY 14850, Clark Hall, 700

Josephson junction arrays as a platform for topological phases of matter

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Feng Wang

Probing hydrodynamic electrodynamics and energy wave of Dirac fluid in graphene


A model of d-wave superconductivity, antiferromagnetism, and charge order on the square lattice

Faculty Hosts: Chao-Mian Jian, and Debanjan Chowdhury

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Andrea Cavalleri
Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, University of Oxford Department of Physics

Recent Progress in Driven Superconductivity


Abstract: While many-body quantum systems can in principle host exotic quantum spin liquid (QSL) states, realizing them as ground states in experiments can be prohibitively difficult. In this talk, we show how non-equilibrium dynamics can provide a streamlined route toward creating QSLs.

1:30pm, Physical Sciences Building, PSB 120

Local Quantum Probes of Quantum Matter