RWTH Professor Dante Kennes and his international partners have published their research findings on twisted van der Waals materials in the journal “Nature Physics”.
Dante Kennes, Professor for Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at RWTH, is one of the lead authors of the article “Moiré heterostructures as a condensed-matter quantum simulator” in the journal Nature Physics. Together with researchers from the Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter in Hamburg, the Flatiron Institute, Columbia University, and the Max Planck – New York City Center for Non-equilibrium Quantum Phenomena, he has published the research teams’ findings on the ability of twisted van der Waals materials to realize novel and elusive states of matter. The results offer enormous potential for fundamental research as well as for applications in materials science and quantum information technologies.
Source: “Exotic Matter for Materials Science and Quantum Information Technologies”, Dante Marvin Kennes, RWTH Aachen