Weyl semimetals are new theoretically predicted and experimentally discovered materials, extending the class of two-dimensional topological electronic states of matter to three dimensions, which allows the study of relativistic quantum mechanics in the table-top condensed matter experiments. Recently, the study and classification of topological phases of matter has extended in the direction of open quantum systems, which typically arise when considering a system in contact with external degrees of freedom (leads, environment, phonons). The topologically nontrivial features of non-Hermitian nature can be significantly different. Our goal is to theoretically investigate the properties of these novel semimetals and superconductors for future electronic and photonic applications.
|Short title||Zyuzin Alexander AT-kulut 2|
|Effective start/end date||01/09/2020 → 31/08/2022|
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