The IQM2020 annual meeting will be postponed due to evolving concerns over COVID-19 and associated changes in campus access policies. A new date for the meeting will be announced as soon as possible. In the meantime, to keep the science moving forward, we are planning an online IQM meeting on March 31, 2020. Details to […]
Check out the article about how we do science in the current version of the EFRC news-letter. It was written by Elisabeth Pogue who is a postdoc in Tyrel McQueen’s group and contains interesting perspectives from three scientists from different EFRCs including David Vanderbilt of IQM. Get in touch with Elisabeth if you have an […]
We shall start off the new year by welcoming our DOE program managers for a full day visit to IQM on January 7, 2020. There will be a set of talks highlighting recent discoveries and a tour of the IQM laboratories at JHU. Everyone is invited to attend and the talks will be livestreamed via […]
What are Quantum Materials? is a new article in the Frontiers in Energy Research Newsletter written by Elizabeth Pogue, a postdoctoral fellow in Tyrel M. McQueen’s research group.
Researchers with different Energy Frontier Research Centers share their tips for working together in the newest EFRC Newsletter.
The agenda for this year’s Advisory Committee Meeting has been posted on Google Docs.
An outstanding postdoctoral fellow is sought to participate in coordinated research at the interface between spintronics, experimental condensed matter physics, and materials science. The successful candidate will design, synthesize, and analyze thin film structures based on topological quantum materials under the principal supervision of Prof. Satoru Nakatsuji. There will be opportunities to work both in […]
Yi Li’s group’s work (supported by IQM funding) about itinerant ferromagnetism is featured by Quanta Magazine in an article titled “A Child’s Puzzle Has Helped Unlock the Secrets of Magnetism.”
The IQM is now one of six centers supported by the Department of Energy that will explore the quantum landscape to build a fundamental understanding of how quantum properties manifest themselves in materials and how they might become the basis for new, energy-related technologies.
Graduate student Shu “Suzy” Zhang has earned a graduate fellowship at the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics. The purpose of the Graduate Fellowship Program is to offer a unique opportunity for a select group of physics doctoral students to spend a minimum period of 5 months at the KITP, participate in KITP research programs, and […]