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The Center for Complex Quantum Systems
Center faculty work in a number of areas:
  • Particle phenomena in terms of algebraic and group-theoretical methods
  • Mathematics of quantum physics
  • Computational materials science
  • Solid state physics
  • Scanning tunneling microscopy
  • Atomic/magnetic force microscopy
  • Nanostructures, thin films and devices
  • High temperature superconductors
  • Colossal Magnetoresistance material
  • Condensed matter theory
  • Physics of electronic materials, surfaces and interfaces
  • Novel materials
  • Quantum transport
  • Materials physics
  • Strongly correlated electrons in lower dimensions
  • Frustrated magnetism
  • Exotic quantum states
  • Quantum impurity problems
  • Spintronics
  • Correlated Quantum Matter Theory Group
  • Atomic and molecular physics
  • Experimental quantum and atom optics
  • Experimental condensed matter physics
  • Nanoscale electromagnetic imaging
  • Complex oxides
  • Transport in low-dimensional systems
  • Ultrafast nonlinear spectroscopy in condensed matter
  • Quantum dynamics and control in nanostructures
  • Magnetism and superconductivity in oxides and heavy fermion systems
  • High temperature superconductivity
  • High pressure research
  • Magnetic resonance microscopy
  • Spin dynamics
  • Magnetic domain dynamics
  • Managing complexity
  • Non-equilibrium statistical mechanics
  • Stochastic processes and theory
  • Experimental atom optics 
  • Quantum chaos
  • Transport theory
  • Nonlinear dynamics
  • Nonequilibrium statistical physics and mechanics
  • Quantum optics
  • Nanoscale electronic materials
  • Quantum engineering of metallic nanostructures
  • Fundamental electronic processes in semiconductor quantum dots
  • Nanoscale mechanical properties of soft matters
  • Elementary particle physics
  • Quantum field theory
  • Gauge field theories
  • Fibre bundles
  • Classical mechanics
  • Foundations of physics
  • Nanostructures
  • Nonequilibrium statistical and thermal physics
  • Nonlinear dynamics
  • Physics of self-organizing systems
  • Computational physics
  • Nanostructures and mesoscopic physics


Potter, Andrew No
Andrew Potter
Assistant Professor
Condensed matter theory