Editorial Board Members’ Collection Series: Topological Matter
A special issue of Condensed Matter (ISSN 2410-3896).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2024 | Viewed by 60
Interests: spintronics; magnetic tunnel junctions; spin filtering; superconducting proximity effect; topological insulator materials; topological quantum computing
We are delighted to announce the establishment of a Special Issue on the captivating topic of topological matter. This Special Issue aims to provide a platform for researchers and scholars to share their latest findings and insights in this rapidly evolving field. By focusing on the fundamental aspects and applications of topological matter, this Special Issue will contribute to advancing knowledge and promoting interdisciplinary collaboration in this field.
Researchers, scientists, and academicians who are actively engaged in the study of topological matter, as well as experts in the fields of condensed matter physics, materials science, quantum mechanics, and related disciplines, are invited to submit their research to this Special Issue. We encourage submissions from both established researchers and emerging scholars, with the aim of fostering a diverse and inclusive dialogue.
This Special Issue on topological matter will cover a wide range of topics within this fascinating field. The following areas of research are particularly relevant:
- Topological insulators and superconductors: investigating the unique electronic properties and phenomena exhibited by these materials.
- Topological phases and transitions: exploring the emergence and manipulation of topological phases and their transitions in various systems.
- Topological quantum computation: studying the potential of topological matter for quantum information processing and computation.
- Topological photonics: investigating the properties and applications of topological phenomena in the field of photonics.
- Experimental techniques and characterization: presenting novel experimental approaches and methods for studying topological matter.
We invite researchers and scholars to contribute their original research articles, reviews, and perspectives to this Special Issue. By bringing together diverse perspectives and cutting-edge research, we aim to foster collaboration and contribute to the advancement of this exciting field. We look forward to receiving high-quality submissions that will enrich our understanding of topological matter and its potential applications.
Dr. Guoxing Miao
Prof. Dr. Xiangang Wan
Manuscript Submission Information
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- topological insulators
- quantum hall effect
- Majorana fermions
- berry phase
- Chern number