The Institute for Quantum Matter at Johns Hopkins University explores the anomalous magnetic, electronic, and superconducting properties of quantum materials in bulk and thin film forms. Applications are invited for two postdoc positions specializing in the use of neutron scattering to probe quantum materials in the group of Prof. Collin Broholm. The successful candidates will […]
The Institute for Quantum Matter is an Energy Frontier Research Center that is realizing revolutionary quantum materials and structures where quantum effects such as entanglement and coherence find collective macroscopic manifestations. We expose, understand, and control the corresponding physical properties and explore their potential for energy-related applications.
IQM alumni, Liang Wu who is now an Assistant Professor at University of Pennsylvania, was awarded the Outstanding Young Researcher Award (Macronix Prize) by the International Organization of Chinese Physicists and Astronomers for “his pioneering experiments exploring topological materials with terahertz and nonlinear spectroscopy.” Congratulations to Liang and his former JHU mentor Peter Armitage!