News and views

For our machine learning paper: See the accompanying News&Views in http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nphys4053

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Confusing a machine to learn about phases of matter

Read more on our approach to study phase-transitions using an artificial neural net: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nphys4037

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Press release on our Science paper

ETH Press release

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Mechanical TI

Our recent work on a mechanical topological insulator was published in Science

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Flat band polaritons

Photons in cavity arrays can be rendered strongly interacting due to geometric effects. Read more on the arXiv.

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Chern number C=2 band

We have been involved in showing how a Bloch band with a Chern number C=2 can be realized with dipolar exchange interactions. This opens the route towards intriguing bosonic fractional Chern insulators. Read more.

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Sign change in Hall response

We published our work about sign changes in the Hall conductivity of a superconductor due to lattice effects in Phys. Rev. B.

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Photonic Chern number

We recently published a paper on how to measure the Chern number of a small photonic lattice in the New Journal of Physics.

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PRB published

Our work on the classification of mixed state topological phases was published in PRB

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Nature Communications

Our paper on a simple implementation of a p-wave superconductor was recently published in Nature Communications. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ncomms5504

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