Effects of non-coplanar spin texture and spin scalar chirality
Could ultrashort circularly polarized light pulses be the key for next-generation spintronic devices?
In a recent Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter paper, Maciej Bieniek, Tomasz Woźniak and Paweł Potasz investigate atomically thin bismuth nanostructures in the context of stability of their topological properties.
In their recently published Letter in Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical researchers from the University of Adelaide have provided a topological classification scheme for generalized Weyl semimetals. They talk to JPhys+ to tell us more about their research. Who… Read More ›
Dr Ireneusz Weymann theoretically investigates how Majorana modes effect thermoelectric properties of a quantum dot.
Find out which five JPCM articles from 2016 have received the most downloads…
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.
David J. Thouless, F. Duncan M. Haldane and J. Michael Kosterlitz win this year’s Nobel Prize for theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter.
To celebrate the release of ‘Butterfly in the Quantum World’ we spoke to Indu Satija on why the Hofstadter butterfly is so important and her experiences of writing the book.
A new way of creating quantum-mechanical circuits on topological insulators.
Find out about the recent discovery made by researchers at Princeton University.
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.
Find out what Antonio Sergio Teixeira Pires, one of JPCM’s Board Members, thinks about two-dimensional topological insulators.
What’s hot in JPCM at the moment? This list reveals the five topics most frequently covered in our March issues.
Superconducting topological insulators, efficient solar cells and transcription factors acting like buoys. JPCM’s authors explain all in March’s LabTalks.