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  • From: Andras Palyi <palyi.andras AT>
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  • Subject: [Fizinfo] Tuesday 16:15 (!) -- Mike Zaletel on topological physics in bilayer graphene
  • Date: Mon, 4 Apr 2022 11:41:51 +0200
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Dear Colleagues,

Tomorrow at 16:15 (note unusual time), the BME Exotic Quantum Phases seminar
continues with this talk:

Mike Zaletel (UC Berkeley)
Twist, squeeze, stretch: topological physics in bilayer graphene

online in Teams
Time: Apr 5 Tuesday, 16:15 (note unusual time)

Abstract: Bilayer graphene, in both its conventional and twisted form, has
emerged as a facile platform for exploring topological and correlated
phases. In this talk I will review routes for controlling bilayer graphene
via twisting, pressure, strain, and proximity-induced spin orbit coupling.

About the speaker: Prof. Zaletel's research focuses on theoretical condensed
matter physics and its intersection with quantum information and
computational approaches. He studied physics at Deep Spring College and at
Harvard, and did his PhD at Berkeley with Joel Moore. In 2017, after a
postdoctoral position in the quantum computing division of Microsoft Research
at Station Q in Santa Barbara, he joined the faculty at Princeton Physics in
2017. He joined Berkeley as an assistant professor in 2018.

Teams link:

Best regards,
Andras Palyi

  • [Fizinfo] Tuesday 16:15 (!) -- Mike Zaletel on topological physics in bilayer graphene, Andras Palyi, 04/04/2022

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