Publication highlights

New paper in Nature Communications

New paper in Nature Communications

ML4Q researchers from the Ando lab and the group of Achim Rosch as well as cooperating partners from the Department of Physics at the University of Basel and the Institute for Physical Chemistry at the University of Cologne have published a Nature Communications paper...

New insights on twisted van der Waals materials in Nature Physics

New insights on twisted van der Waals materials in Nature Physics

Together with researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Structure and Dynamics of Matter in Hamburg, the Flatiron Institute, Columbia University, and the Max Planck - New York City Center for Non-equilibrium Quantum Phenomena, Dante Kennes published results on the...

New PRX Quantum paper on multiparty device-independent cryptography

New PRX Quantum paper on multiparty device-independent cryptography

ML4Q researchers led by Dagmar Bruss at HHU Düsseldorf have published recent results on multipartite device-independent (DI) protocols showing tight security proofs of DI conference key agreement and DI randomness generation protocols. Congratulations to all the...

Compact, stable and color-tunable – news from the ML4Q Fiber Lab

Compact, stable and color-tunable – news from the ML4Q Fiber Lab

In Optics Express, scientists led by Dieter Meschede report on building optical fiber filters that are not only extremely compact and stable, but also color-tunable. Optical resonators or filters are important components cutting out very narrow spectral lines from...

New Nature paper on competing magnetic orders

New Nature paper on competing magnetic orders

ML4Q researchers from Bonn have published a Nature paper on competing magnetic orders in a bilayer Hubbard model with ultracold atoms - congratulations to all the authors on their impressive results! Details can be found in the press release. Publication: Marcell...

Congratulations to David Wierichs on his first author publication!

Congratulations to David Wierichs on his first author publication!

Avoiding local minima in variational quantum eigensolvers with the natural gradient optimizer is the title of a recent publication in Focus Area 3.2. In the paper, David Wierichs (PhD student at the Institute for Theoretical Physics Cologne), Christian Gogolin...

Congratulations to Marvin Jansen on his first publication!

Congratulations to Marvin Jansen on his first publication!

Marvin M. Jansen, PhD student in the group of Alexander Pawlis at PGI-9 of the Forschungszentrum Jülich, successfully published his findings in ACS Appl. Nano Mater. His work entitled "Phase-Pure Wu​rtzite GaAs Nanowires Grown by Self-Catalyzed Selective Area...

New publication in Nature Communications

New publication in Nature Communications

In a joint work between the Kroha group (core project 4.1), the Kirchner group (Zhejiang Institute of Modern Physics and Department of Physics, China) and the Lin group (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan), new findings were reported in Nature Communications. The...