Author Archives: peterwahl
Hadn’t it been cancelled you could have met us at the APS march meeting in Denver and learned more about our research. Members of the group had the following contributions: Monday, March 2, 2020, 14:42–14:54: Carolina Marques: “Density wave at … Continue reading
Just back from 3 days of talks and discussions of the latest research in the CDQM.
Congratulations to Luke Rhodes, who was awarded an 1851 Fellowship to apply advanced spectroscopic methods to study quantum materials and unconventional superconductors subjected to strain. Find out more on the pages of the Royal Commission for the Exhibition 1851.
Our paper on imaging and manipulating magnetic order of FeTe in vector magnetic fields has appeared in Science Advances, see https://goo.gl/8f2v9c. It shows how we can use spin-polarized STM not only to investigate surface magnetic order, but also to manipulate … Continue reading
We will host the CMQM (Condensed Matter and Quantum Materials) meeting 2019 at the School of Physics and Astronomy, organized by the IOP. Through the CMQM conference we wish to provide a forum for the wider UK Condensed Matter Physics … Continue reading
A new way to engineer 1D surface states through kinetic stabilization. Never heard of this? – Read our paper at http://goo.gl/d9VPBr.
Our recent paper on the Discovery of a strain-stabilized smectic electronic order in LiFeAs is an Editors’ highlight in Nature Communications. Our work combines atomic-scale imaging by low temperature scanning tunneling microscopy with uniaxial strain. Straining the iron-based superconductor LiFeAs … Continue reading
The 2019 recruitment round for PhD positions has started! PhD positions are available through a number of routes, including through the School of Physics and Astronomy and the International Max Planck Research School. Our group works on development of cutting … Continue reading
We have recently launched a series of videos which explain our research. If you would like to learn more, please take a look at our YouTube channel. One of the videos is specifically about Scanning Tunneling Microscopy.