— Engraving the hands of a Swiss-made watch using Focused Ion Beam microstructuring.
International Conference on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems
— Congratulations to Dr. Maja Bachmann and Dr. Chunyu Guo for winning poster awards at SCES!
Exploring New Materials By High Pressure Synthesis
— Persistent antiferromagnetic order in heavily overdoped Ca1−xLaxFeAs2
— Dr. Maarten van Delft joins QMAT.
Dr. Maja Bachmann Graduates!
— Dr. Maja Bachmann, the first student from QMAT, graduates.
European FIB Network Workshop
— QMAT presented novel techniques in FIB-Fabricated Microstructures at the 2019 European FIB Network Workshop.
QMAT visits Evian-les-Bains
— In celebration of the PhD students’ successful candidacy exams, QMAT crossed Lac Léman to visit the French town Evian-les-Bains.
Congratulations to Jonas Diaz
— Congratulations to Jonas Diaz for passing his candidacy exam and successfully completing his first year as a PhD!
Congratulations to Maja Bachmann for passing her viva exam!
— On Monday, Maja successfully completed her viva examination at St. Andrews thereby marking the end of her PhD.
Thermodynamic Signatures of Weyl Fermions in NbP
— Thermodynamic signatures of Weyl fermions are uncovered in NbP with extreme magnetic fields.
Visit from Prof. Boebinger
— Special thanks to Professor Gregory Boebinger, director of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, for an informative talk and complementary discussions on quantum matter at extreme magnetic fields.
Gordon Research Seminar: Unconventional Superconductivity
— QMAT would like to thank the organizers and participants of the Gordon Research Seminar on Unconventional Superconductivity for a successful and informative weekend.
— When not hard at work, members of QMAT can be found scaling the walls of the local climbing gym!
Congratulations to Xiangwei Huang
— Congratulations to Xiangwei Huang for passing his candidacy exam and successfully completing his first year as a PhD!
Congratulations to Amelia Estry
— Congratulations to Amelia Estry for passing her candidacy exam and successfully completing her first year as a PhD!
Welcome to Chunyu Guo
— ”My name is Chunyu Guo, I did my PhD in China and now joined QMAT as a postdoc. My research interests are focused on strongly correlated systems and topological materials.”