McMaster University will continue to host undergraduate academic activities remotely for the Spring/Summer/Intersession term with only a few exceptions for courses that need student access to specialized equipment.
Geometrically frustrated magnets, Quantum Magnets with singlet ground states, High temperature superconductors
Unconventional superconductivity (iron, copper based high temp superconductors etc.), low dimensional quantum magnetism (spin liquids, quantum criticality, etc.)
Strongly Correlated Quantum Many-Body Systems, Quantum Field Theory, Quantum Critical Phenomena, Non-Fermi Liquids, Holography
Muon spin relaxation, Crystal growth, Electronic properties, Magnetism, High pressure, High magnetic fields
Condensed Matter Theory. Computational Quantum Many-Body Physics, Frustrated Magnets, Quantum Information, Numerical Methods, Parallel Computing.
Optical properties of novel quantum materials (e.g., new H3S 203 K superconductor), strange metals and terahertz optical structures.
Synchrotron radiation based spectromicroscopy of energy materials, environmental and biological samples
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