Condensed Matter Theory Group
Condensed matter physics is a vast field in the contemporary physics. Not only traditional topics on solids, superconductors, magnetism, semiconductors, etc. are extensively investigated, but also modern topics on topology, entanglement, and emergent phenomena are discussed. Multidisciplinary researches are vibrantly conducted, which brings together deep knowledge of theoretical physics and mathematical physics, and application perspectives from materials science and electrical engineering.
The condensed matter theory group at UNH led by Prof. Jiadong Zang is a new group since Fall 2015. We are currently focusing on magnetism in general, and topological phenomena in particular, covering topological spin textures, spin-orbit coupling, and unconventional superconductors. We are also developing our new interests including non-equilibrium phenomena and quantum computing.
Professors: Jiadong Zang