Expanding the family of iron-based superconductors by structural design
Dr Ireneusz Weymann theoretically investigates how Majorana modes effect thermoelectric properties of a quantum dot.
Marcin Wysokiński and Jan Kaczmarczyk theoretically investigate the electron–hole asymmetry of d-wave superconductivity driven by the non-local effects of correlations in the generalized single-band Hubbard model.
Studies of the kicked Harper-Kitaev model reveal the coexistence of both Floquet
Majorana modes and quantum Hall chiral edge modes at the same sample boundary.
In a recent Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter paper, Dr Zhaosheng Wang et al. studied the temperature dependence of the upper critical field (Hc2) and its anisotropy in (Li1-xFex)OHFe1-ySe (FeSe11111) single crystals by means of magnetotransport measurements.
As their first year comes to a close find out what has been our cohort’s 10 best bits of the year. So in no particular order…
For a recent colloquium at the University of Bath, Professor Andrea Cavalleri spoke about his work on ‘controlling solid phases with light’.
This week’s image is of the iso-surfaces (at |B| = 0.003) for a trap lattice above the central part of a 10 x 10 array of mesoscopic disks from Vladimir Sokolovsky and Leonid Prigozhin 2016 J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 49 165006. Lattice structures… Read More ›
New intriguing materials as potential candidates of Dirac physics.
Vortex Melting in a High Tc Superconductor, the Hall effect and the struggles of experimental physics – Hannah Robart shares her experiences about her first exploratory training project.
Looking at some of the most downloaded content across the JPhys series of journals.
Read why more and more investment is being placed into Centres for Doctoral Training and how they prepare physics graduates for a career in research.
The authors of this week’s image find a more efficient way of analysing the properties of hybrid devices for processing quantum information.
The final review in my round-up of the year so far discusses from both a theoretical and experimental point of view the search and properties of nodal topological superconductors.
Our monthly popularity chart returns showing the topics covered most frequently in JPCM April issues.
Superconductivity of anisotropic dichalcogenides comes into focus for this week’s Image of the week, with a recent JPCM paper from Scheidt and colleagues.
What’s hot in JPCM at the moment? This list reveals the five topics most frequently covered in our March issues.