Condensed Matter & AMO Seminars

The Condensed Matter & Atomic Molecular Optical seminar series take place Thursdays

Allan MacDonald, University of Texas at Austin

Thursday, October 25, 2018 - 12:00pm

 

"Magic Angle Bilayer Graphene"

When twisted to a set of magic angles, the Dirac velocity of bilayer graphene vanishes and extremely flat low-energy moiré bands emerge. It has recently been discovered that strong-correlation physics, including broken-symmetry insulating states and strong-coupling superconductivity, appears when the flat bands are partially occupied.

Evegnii Narimanov, Purdue University

Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 12:00pm

 

Title & abstract TBA

About the speaker

Evegnii Narimanov's general interests include teaching photonics, optics, and E&M theory at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. In addition, his background in condensed matter theory and nonlinear dynamics makes him comfortable teaching solid-state physics, electronic devices, and nonlinear dynamics and its engineering applications.

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