Welcome to the webpage of Jean-Marc Triscone’s research group in the Department of Quantum Matter Physics at the University of Geneva.

Our group’s research focuses on investigations of oxide heterostructures and oxide interface physics as well as engineering based on superconductors, dielectric, ferroelectric and ferromagnetic materials.

Recent publications

Coupling Lattice Instabilities Across the Interface in Ultrathin Oxide Heterostructures

T. C. van Thiel et al., ACS Materials Lett. 2, 389-394 (2020).


Scale-invariant magnetic textures in the strongly correlated oxide NdNiO3

J. Li et al., Nature Communications 10, 4568 (2019).


Thickness-dependent perovskite octahedral distortions at heterointerfaces

J. Fowlie et al., Nano Letters 19, 4188-4194 (2019).

See also: Nickelates


A spin–orbit playground: surfaces and interfaces of transition metal oxides

S. Gariglio et al., Reports on Progress in Physics 82, 012501 (2018).


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