Check out Robert’s paper on the ultrafast optical spectroscopy of two nodal-line semimetals. Read more here.
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Check out our latest collaboration with Jennifer Cano, where we dive into the physics of square-net-based topological semimetals, finding that filling enforced semimetals can exist without nonsymmorphic symmetry. Read more here.
We proved a link between delocalized chemical bonds and topoligical band structures! Curious how? Check out Sebastian’s new paper here, made possible by the Beckman Foundation.
The Schoop lab found a material that uniquely combines three properties: magnetism, fast electrons, and it can be exfoliated. Read more about possible implications of this result here.
Four years after discovering ZiSiS, we now found topological drumhead surface states in ZrSiTe – with Lukas Muechler and Jen Cano. Read more here.
Check out Shiming’s new paper on an antiferromagnetic metallic van der Waals material in Science Advances here!
Great end to 2019! Just accepted: Austin’s paper on the synthesis of novel, intrinsically antiferromagnetic nanosheets! Read more here.
Just accepted: Xiaoyu’s paper about a new layered antiferromagnetic materials and its chemical exfoliation. Read more here.