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Quantum Matter group

The Quantum Matter Group studies matter under extreme conditions, i.e., at very low temperatures, high magnetic fields and high pressure using advanced experimental techniques. The goal of this research is to understand new forms of magnetism and superconductivity and to find electrically conducting materials with new physical properties not described within the standard models of solid state physics.




Latest news

EPSRC grant for research on unconventional superconductors

3 November 2022

Significant EPSRC grant funding has been awarded just at the right time to support our projects on superconducting and anomalous normal states in correlated electron systems YFe2Ge2 , LuFe2Ge2, CeSb2 , CeNi2Ge2 and in quasiperiodic materials such as high pressure Bi, Sb, and Ba. Superconductivity in YFe2Ge2, LuFe2Ge2 and...

QM students win Physics at Work award for superconductivity presentation

9 October 2022

For the first time in years, the school outreach activity Physics at Work was run properly in-person again this year, smoothly organised by Jacob Butler and his team 20-22 September. presentation22-sm.jpg QM contributed with a presentation on superconductivity which the visiting students found so engaging that they awarded...

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