Theory of Condensed Matter
Emergence of Fermi arcs due to magnetic splitting in an antiferromagnet
Benjamin Schrunk, Yevhen Kushnirenko, et al. ,Robert-Jan Slager, Paul C. Canfield and Adam Kaminski
Bicircular Light Floquet Engineering of Magnetic Symmetry and its application to Cd
Thaís V. Trevisan, Pablo Villar Arribi, Olle Heinonen, Robert-Jan Slager and Peter P. Orth
Particles that mutate by moving from place to place
Liam L.H. Lau and Shovan Dutta
Theoretical Condensed Matter physics is about building models of physical processes, often driven by experimental data, generalising the solutions of those models to make predictions, and transferring the concepts gained into other areas. Theory plays an important role in understanding known phenomena and in predicting new ones.
With over seventy members, TCM is the largest university Condensed Matter Theory group in the country. Able to trace its history back for over sixty years, it has been home to many leading theoreticians.