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Research Highlight

 A critical breakthrough is reached in resolving a long-standing issue on the mechanism of strange superconductivity in heavy electron materials
Heavy fermion superconductivity has attracted much attention both theoretically and experimentally as it shows richness due to strong electron-electron correlations that is unaccounted for by the standard weak-...
Non-Centrosymmetric Superconductors on Honeycomb Lattice
Non‐centrosymmetric supercondutors (NCSs), long being discovered in heavy fermion systems, give rise to an exotic mixture of even‐parity spin‐singlet and odd‐parity triplet Cooper pairing due to their lack of s...
Prof. Yueh-Nan Chen (Dep. of Physics, NCKU, and Center Scientist of NCTS) and his postdoc (Dr. Hong-Bin Chen) collaborate with the group of Prof. Nori (Chief Scientist of Riken, Japan) and have published their recent works in Phys. Rev. Lett. on the topic
 Distinguishing quantumness and classicality lies at the heart of quantum physics research. For example, the quantumness of a state is indicated by the negativity of the Wigner function or Glauber-Sudarsha...
Prof. Ying-Jer Kao, Prof. Po-Chung Chen, and Prof. Yu-Cheng Lin have published a paper on Griffiths singularities in the random quantum Ising antiferromagnet in Physics Review B (Editor's suggestion)
Prof. Ying-Jer Kao (Center Scientist and Professor in NTU), Prof. Po-Chung Chen (TG4 coordinator, Professor in NTHU), Prof. Yu-Cheng Lin  (TG4 core member, Professor in NCCU) and their collaborators in TG4...
DCS Prof. Cazalilla’s group predicted valley Hall effect and nonlocal transport in strained graphene, published in Journal 2D Materials
Our current electronic technologies are based on the control of the motion of electrons in semiconducting materials. Although the motion of electrons is ultimately described by the equations of quantum mechanic...
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