EQM2016 Conference

From 8th to 10th of June 2016, we are organizing a conference on Engineering Quantum Matter in St Andrews. The aim of this workshop is to bring together theorists and experimentalists to discuss how engineered quantum states can be exploited and designed for future technologies. The workshop connects strongly to local research activities at the University of St Andrews and links into a major collaborative research programme on topological protection and non-equilibrium states in strongly correlated electron systems (TOPNES). We have been able to attract a number of outstanding speakers. As there is only a limited number of places available, secure yours early.

We are grateful for funding provided by the IMPP, ICAM-I2CAM and TOPNES/EPSRC.

Meet us at Vortex 2015

You can hear about our work at Vortex 2015 in El Escorial, Spain. We’ll have two contributions:

  • Monday, May 11th, 11:30-11:55: Peter Wahl: “Superconducting gap and vortex lattice of the heavy fermion compound CeCu2Si2
  • Thursday, May 14th, 10:40-10:55: Ana Maldonado: “Dirac surface states and superconductivity in noncentrosymmetric BiPd”

Meet us at the DPG Spring Meeting

Another opportunity to learn more about our work is at the DPG spring meeting in Berlin. We have the following contributions:

See also work done in collaboration with the Nanoscale Science Department of Prof. Klaus Kern at the Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany:

Meet us at the APS March Meeting

Hear more about our research at the APS march meeting in San Antonio. We have the following contributions:

Also check out contributions from other members of condensed matter physics in St Andrews by Chris Hooley, Phil King, Elliott Levi, Jean-Philippe Reid and Sam Ridgway.