Ola’s Ph.D. dissertation

Last but not least, Oladunjoye Awoga also successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis this spring, making it three Ph.D. graduates in our group this year! On June 11th he defended his thesis “Studies of topological superconductors via defects” with Prof. Pascal Continue Reading …

Tomas’ Ph.D. dissertation

On May 25th Tomas Löthman defended his Ph.D. thesis “Robust Platforms for Superconductivity: Disorder Robustness and Topological Density of States Peaks” with Prof. Carsten Honerkamp, RWTH Aachen as the opponent. The pandemic kept the lecture hall attendance down to Tomas and the chair with everyone Continue Reading …

Johann’s Ph.D. dissertation

Big congratulations to Johann Schmidt who very successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis “Topological superconductivity in multi orbital materials” on November 20th! Opponent was Prof. Karyn Le Hur from École Polytechnique. Due to the pandemic the lecture hall was almost empty, Continue Reading …

Group retreat!

We went to Krusenberg Herrgård and spent a nice and crisp fall day discussing future research plans and how to organize our work even better. Lots of good ideas and discussions!

NORDITA program and conference

During August we’re organizing a 4-week program with an embedded 4-day conference: Topological Quantum Matter: From Low-Temperature Physics to Non-Equilibrium Dynamics together with Jens Bardarson (KTH), Emil Bergholtz (Stockholm), Jan Budich (TU Dresden), and Roni Ilan (Tel Aviv) at Nordita, Continue Reading …

Spring conferences

Spring has been quite busy as we’ve been giving talks and attending several conferences and workshops, including the Majorana and beyond workshop in Warsaw,  the Bound states in superconductors workshop at MPI-PKS Dresden,  the Strontium Ruthenate workshop at ETH Zürich, the Continue Reading …

New VR grant

Annica received a new Swedish Research Council (VR) project grant for the period 2019-2022 for the project: New topological superconductors using flat bands, orbital effects, and quantum critical points.

COST Action School in Braga, Portugal

Annica is teaching two lectures on topological superconductivity at the EU-COST Action NANOCOHYBRI Quantum Materials graduate school in Braga, Portugal and Jorge is giving a talk on odd-frequency superconductivity in topological insulators at the accompanying workshop.