Research

Researchers in the Department of Quantum Matter Physics are developing, synthesizing, studying and predicting the quantum materials of the future. Using a broad range of experimental and theoretical approaches, they are advancing the understanding of quantum matter, and creating novel electronic devices.

DQMP focuses on innovative materials, in particular high-temperature superconductors, monotatomic layers and multilayers, magnetic materials, thermoelectrics, multiferroics, ceramic insulators, nanomaterials, ferroelectrics, piezoelectrics, carbon structures (fullerenes, nanotubes, graphene), intermetallics, organic metals, as well as materials for renewable energy and sustainable development, and many more, such as artificial solids studied in cold atomic gases.

Research groups

Felix 1

Prof. Felix Baumberger

Angle-resolved photoemission

Alberto_Morpurgo1

Prof. Alberto Morpurgo

Quantum electronics

Radovan_Cerny1

Prof. Radovan Cerny

Laboratory of crystallography

patrycja_Paruch1

Prof. Patrycja Paruch

Ferroelectrics and multiferroics

Antoines_Georges2

Prof. Antoine Georges

Strongly correlated quantum materials

Christoph_Renner

Prof. Christoph Renner

Scanning probe microscopy of low dimensional systems

 

tgiamarchigroup

Prof. Thierry Giamarchi

Theory of quantum matter

Ruegg_sciences

Prof. Christian Rüegg

Neutron scattering and imaging

 

VDM

Prof. Dirk van der Marel

Quantum materials

CarmineSenatore

Prof. Carmine Senatore

Applied superconductivity

Prof. Jean-Marc Triscone

Oxide interface physics

Réalisation : Sur Mesure concept