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Challenges and Opportunities in Designing Quantum Materials

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Unconventional superconductivity with high critical temperatures, nematicity, frustrated magnetism, spin-liquid phases or the recently discussed Kitaev model-based phases are a few examples of exotic states in correlated materials. One of the big challenges in solid state physics is the microscopic description of such systems. Moreover, being able to understand these materials implies the possibility of designing compounds with desirable properties.

In this talk I will review the world of some families of correlated materials ranging from unconventional superconductors to frustrated magnets and present some strategies on how to model them microscopically.

This talk is part of the Cavendish Quantum Colloquium series.

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