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18 Jan
Pitt Chem Seminar: Dr. Xin Gui (Princeton)
Event Type

Lectures, Symposia, Etc.

Topic

Research

Target Audience

Undergraduate Students, Faculty, Graduate Students, Postdocs, Residents & Fellows

Tags

Seminar, physics colloquia, PQI

University Unit
Department of Physics and Astronomy
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Pitt Chem Seminar: Dr. Xin Gui (Princeton)

This is a past event.

Exploring New Quantum Materials with Chemistry

Abstract: Quantum materials, as an emerging term, include materials with electronic or magnetic properties originating from nontrivial quantum mechanics, such as superconductors, topological materials, quantum spin liquids etc. Such materials are attractive not only due to their exotic quantum physics, but also vast potential applications and corresponding economic benefits. Thus, it is necessary for the communities of solid-state chemistry, condensed matter physics and materials science to explore novel quantum materials and connect them with real-life applications. In this talk, I will cover our past efforts about design and synthesis of new quantum materials by integrating the desired physical properties with chemical intuitions, such as crystal structure and chemical bonding.

Dial-In Information

Department members, see email for zoom access.
Non-department members, contact paugrad@pitt.edu for access or to be added to the weekly newsletter.

Tuesday, January 18 at 10:30 a.m.

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Pitt Chem Seminar: Dr. Xin Gui (Princeton)

Exploring New Quantum Materials with Chemistry

Abstract: Quantum materials, as an emerging term, include materials with electronic or magnetic properties originating from nontrivial quantum mechanics, such as superconductors, topological materials, quantum spin liquids etc. Such materials are attractive not only due to their exotic quantum physics, but also vast potential applications and corresponding economic benefits. Thus, it is necessary for the communities of solid-state chemistry, condensed matter physics and materials science to explore novel quantum materials and connect them with real-life applications. In this talk, I will cover our past efforts about design and synthesis of new quantum materials by integrating the desired physical properties with chemical intuitions, such as crystal structure and chemical bonding.

Dial-In Information

Department members, see email for zoom access.
Non-department members, contact paugrad@pitt.edu for access or to be added to the weekly newsletter.

Tuesday, January 18 at 10:30 a.m.

Chevron 150

Topic

Research

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