Quantum Matters & Applications

Rolf Lortz Hong Kong University of Science and Technology China
Spectroscopic evidence of two distinct chiral topological superconducting states in a quantum anomalous Hall insulator / superconductor heterostructure

Yuri S. Kivshar Australian National University Australia
All-dielectric meta-optics, metasurfaces, and topological photonics

Kenneth Burch Boston College USA
Evidence for High Temperature Majorana Fermions

Norikazu Tomita Yamagata University Japan
Metal-insulator transition induced by quantum-lattice fluctuations beyond the adiabatic approximation

Wei Pan Sandia National Laboratories USA
Dirac semimetals

Seiji Sakai National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology QST Japan
Structures and spintronic properties of novel graphene/half-metal heterostructures

Xiaoping Yang High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Chinese Academy of Sciences China
Topological evolution of electronic bands in correlated transition-metal materials

Bhaskaran Muralidharan Indian Institute of Technology Bombay India
New directions for multi-layered spintronic MRAM devices

Bernd Beschoten RWTH Aachen University Germany
Graphene: A membrane with steadily improving charge and spin transport properties

S. A. Nikitov Kotel’nikov Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics, Russian Academy of Sciences Russia
Magnonics- from GHz to Thz

Gaoling Yang Weizmann Institute of Science  Israel
Near-infrared to visible photon upconversion in colloidal quantum dot

Herbert Pfnur Institute for Microtechnology Germany
Nano-Optoelectronics: how suited are quasi-one dimensional arrays of atomic wires?

Shibo Li Beijing Jiaotong University China
2D MXene nanosheets

Atsutaka Madea University of Tokyo Japan
Superconductivity of Fe chalcogenides and its artificial structure in the film form

Juan Rubio-Zuazo BM25-SpLine at the ESRF / ICMM-CSIC France
Fe3O4-based heterostructures for semiconductor spintronics

Shuichi Murakami Tokyo Institute of Technology Japan
Topological electrides

Victor Nadtochenko Russian Academy of Sciences Russia
Femtosecond lasertechnologies for the bright luminescent quantum dots formation inside biologicalcells