Order Fractionalization and Neutral Fermi Surfaces.
Center for Materials Theory, Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers University
Department of Physics, Royal Holloway University London.
Over the past two decades, research into quantum materials has reverberated
under the impact of new concepts, particularly those of topology and
fractionalization. This talk will discuss...
The discovery of near-Room-Temperature Superconductivity in High-Pressure Superhydrides
has revolutionized the landscape of superconducting material research, establishing ab-initio calculations as the tool of choice for predicting superconducting properties and synthesis conditions
of new superconductors. 
In this talk, I will give an overview of our recent efforts to design high-Tc...
Experimental demonstrations of tunable correlation effects in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene have put two-dimensional moiré quantum materials at the forefront of condensed-matter research. In particular, bilayers of transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) have further enriched the opportunities for analysis and utilization of correlations in such systems. Recently, within the latter...
The recent technological development of THz spectroscopy makes it possible to probe properties of quantum matter, which cannot be observed in equilibrium. This is of considerable interest in the ﬁeld of nematic unconventional superconductors, where controlled probing of the non-equilibrium dynamics yields access to understanding ground state properties of the underlying system.
In the first...