Special Issue "Majorana Fermions and Topological Materials Science"
A special issue of Condensed Matter (ISSN 2410-3896).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2019).
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Interests: thermal convection and chaos in helium superfluids, magnetism and superconductivity in Chevrel-phase and heavy-fermion compounds, substitution effects in cuprate high-temperature superconductors, spin frustrations in spin ice, unconventional superconductivity and metal-insulator transitions, non-equilibrium steady states (NESS) of strongly correlated electron systems, topological quantum phenomena
Following the initial outbreak of research triggered by the discovery of topological insulators just a decade ago, the concept of topology continues to drive the expansion of the frontiers in modern condensed matter physics.
Target topological materials of current interests include various forms of superconductivity, novel semimetals, and correlated magnets. Efforts to firmly establish Majorana particles in condensed matter also extends to these variety of topological materials. The aim of this special issue is to bring together active scientists in this field to discuss recent advances in topological materials science, thereby to identify the most important questions and find directions to answer them.
Prof. Antonio Bianconi
Prof. Yoshiteru Maeno
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- Majorana fermions
- Topological superconductivity of bulk topological superconductors
- Topologocal superconductivity in heterostructures and junctions
- Topological condensates (BEC-BCS crossover, Cold atoms, Helium)
- Dirac and Weyl materials
- Correlations and topology