Comprehensive Course on Topology and Magnetism
- Apr 16, 2021 - Jul 23, 2021
- 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
- Prof. Claudia Felser et al.
- MPI CPfS
- Main Topic
Details about the individual lectures will be announced here.
16 April: Introduction and crystal structure – Claudia Felser
23 April: From topological bonds and bands – Claudia Felser
30 April: Topological Quantum Chemistry, single particle picture – Maia Vergniory
7 May: Synthesis of topological crystals – Chandra Shekhar
14 May: Transport Properties (Hall, anomalous Hall, chiral anomaly) exp. – Chandra Shekhar
21 May: Transport properties theory (Berry curvature) – Yan Sun
4 June: Quantum Hall effect – Johannes Gooth
11 June: Magnetism and Topology exp. – Claudia Felser
18 June: Topological Quantum Chemistry, magnetism, and correlations – Maia Vergniory
25 June: Transport properties II theory (QHE and nonlinear transport) – Yan Sun
2 July: Transport Properties II exp. – Johannes Gooth
9 July: Topology, high energy physics and astrophysics – Johannes Gooth
16 July: Light matter interaction and topology – Fabian Menges
23 July: New fermions, chirality, and chemistry – Claudia Felser
All lectures are digitally recorded and available online to participants as a video stream throughout the whole semester.
The course on Topology and Magnetism is offered by several researchers at MPI CPfS who all are involved in our world-leading research activities in this field.
The series of lectures is particularly targeted at PhD students and other junior researchers. As several scientists will give lectures on their respective research area, the course will offer a broad introduction into the field of topological materials and at the same time provide a great overview over the research activities at our institute in this field.
• Please join via https://zoom.us/j/92270036929
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