Topological materials; pulsed-laser deposition (PLD); Weyl semi-metals; quantum anomalous Hall effect materials; Angle-Resolved Photoemission (ARPES); Thin film; Scanning tunneling microscopy (STM); Molecular beam epitaxy (MBE); high-temperature superconductivity
Ma J.-Z., Wu Q.-S., Song M., Zhang S.-N., Guedes E. B., Ekahana S. A., Krivenkov M., Yao M. Y., Gao S.-Y., Fan W.-H., Qian T., Ding H., Plumb N. C., Radovic M., Dil J. H., Xiong Y.-M., Manna K., Felser C., Yazyev O. V., Shi M. (2021), Observation of a singular Weyl point surrounded by charged nodal walls in PtGa, in Nature Communications
, 12(1), 3994-3994.
Lee Kyungmin, Choe Jesse, Iaia Davide, Li Juqiang, Zhao Junjing, Shi Ming, Ma Junzhang, Yao Mengyu, Wang Zhenyu, Huang Chien-Lung, Ochi Masayuki, Arita Ryotaro, Chatterjee Utpal, Morosan Emilia, Madhavan Vidya, Trivedi Nandini (2021), Metal-to-insulator transition in Pt-doped TiSe2 driven by emergent network of narrow transport channels, in npj Quantum Materials
, 6(1), 8-8.
Caputo Marco, Ristic Zoran, Dhaka Rajendra S., Das Tanmoy, Wang Zhiming, Matt Christan E., Plumb Nicholas C., Guedes Eduardo B., Jandke Jasmin, Naamneh Muntaser, Zakharova Anna, Medarde Marisa, Shi Ming, Patthey Luc, Mesot Joël, Piamonteze Cinthia, Radović Milan (2021), Proximity‐Induced Novel Ferromagnetism Accompanied with Resolute Metallicity in NdNiO 3 Heterostructure, in Advanced Science
, 8(19), 2101516-2101516.
Matt C. E., Ivashko O., Horio M., Choi J., Wang Q., Sutter D., Dennler N., Fischer M. H., Katrych S., Forro L., Ma J., Fu B., Lv B. Q., Zimmermann M. v., Kim T. K., Plumb N. C., Xu N., Shi M., Chang J. (2021), Decoupling of lattice and orbital degrees of freedom in an iron-pnictide superconductor, in Physical Review Research
, 3(2), 023220-023220.
Shang T., Xie W., Zhao J. Z., Chen Y., Gawryluk D. J., Medarde M., Shi M., Yuan H. Q., Pomjakushina E., Shiroka T. (2021), Multigap superconductivity in centrosymmetric and noncentrosymmetric rhenium-boron superconductors, in Physical Review B
, 103(18), 184517-184517.
Gao Shun-Ye, Xu Sheng, Li Hang, Yi Chang-Jiang, Nie Si-Min, Rao Zhi-Cheng, Wang Huan, Hu Quan-Xin, Chen Xue-Zhi, Fan Wen-Hui, Huang Jie-Rui, Huang Yao-Bo, Pryds Nini, Shi Ming, Wang Zhi-Jun, Shi You-Guo, Xia Tian-Long, Qian Tian, Ding Hong (2021), Time-Reversal Symmetry Breaking Driven Topological Phase Transition in EuB6, in Physical Review X
, 11(2), 021016-021016.
Shang T., Xu Y., Gawryluk D. J., Ma J. Z., Shiroka T., Shi M., Pomjakushina E. (2021), Anomalous Hall resistivity and possible topological Hall effect in the EuAl4 antiferromagnet, in Physical Review B
, 103(2), L020405-L020405.
Shang Tian, Baines Christopher, Chang Lieh-Jeng, Gawryluk Dariusz Jakub, Pomjakushina Ekaterina, Shi Ming, Medarde Marisa, Shiroka Toni (2020), Re1−xMox as an ideal test case of time-reversal symmetry breaking in unconventional superconductors, in npj Quantum Materials
, 5(1), 76-76.
Zhu Kejing, Bai Yunhe, Hong Xiyu, Geng Zuhan, Jiang Yuying, Liu Ruixuan, Li Yuanzhao, Shi Ming, Wang Lili, Li Wei, Xue Qi-Kun, Feng Xiao, He Ke (2020), Investigating and manipulating the molecular beam epitaxy growth kinetics of intrinsic magnetic topological insulator MnBi 2 Te 4 with in situ angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy, in Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter
, 32(47), 475002-475002.
Shang T., Smidman M., Wang A., Chang L.-J., Baines C., Lee M. K., Nie Z. Y., Pang G. M., Xie W., Jiang W. B., Shi M., Medarde M., Shiroka T., Yuan H. Q. (2020), Simultaneous Nodal Superconductivity and Time-Reversal Symmetry Breaking in the Noncentrosymmetric Superconductor CaPtAs, in Physical Review Letters
, 124(20), 207001-207001.
Ma Junzhang, Wang Han, Nie Simin, Yi Changjiang, Xu Yuanfeng, Li Hang, Jandke Jasmin, Wulfhekel Wulf, Huang Yaobo, West Damien, Richard Pierre, Chikina Alla, Strocov Vladimir N., Mesot Joël, Weng Hongming, Zhang Shengbai, Shi Youguo, Qian Tian, Shi Ming, Ding Hong (2020), Emergence of Nontrivial Low‐Energy Dirac Fermions in Antiferromagnetic EuCd 2 As 2, in Advanced Materials
, 32(14), 1907565-1907565.
Liu Haijiang, Xu Yuanji, Zhong Yigui, Guan Jianyu, Kong Lingyuan, Ma Junzhang, Huang Yaobo, Chen Qiuyun, Chen Genfu, Shi Ming, Yang Yi-feng, Ding Hong (2019), Hybridization Effects Revealed by Angle-Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy in Heavy-Fermion Ce 2 IrIn 8, in Chinese Physics Letters
, 36(9), 097101-097101.
Ma J.-Z., Nie S. M., Yi C. J., Jandke J., Shang T., Yao M. Y., Naamneh M., Yan L. Q., Sun Y., Chikina A., Strocov V. N., Medarde M., Song M., Xiong Y.-M., Xu G., Wulfhekel W., Mesot J., Reticcioli M., Franchini C., Mudry C., Müller M., Shi Y. G., Qian T., Ding H., Shi M. (2019), Spin fluctuation induced Weyl semimetal state in the paramagnetic phase of EuCd 2 As 2, in Science Advances
, 5(7), eaaw4718-eaaw4718.
Yao M.-Y., Xu N., Wu Q. S., Autès G., Kumar N., Strocov V. N., Plumb N. C., Radovic M., Yazyev O. V., Felser C., Mesot J., Shi M. (2019), Observation of Weyl Nodes in Robust Type-II Weyl Semimetal WP2, in Physical Review Letters
, 122(17), 176402-176402.
The proposed project aims to establish tight collaborations between the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) of Switzerland and Tsinghua University, China, in research on novel quantum materials using advanced laboratory-based techniques and large facilities, such as synchrotron light sources. We will also create a platform for institutional partnership for the on-going scientific activities, as well as for long-term collaborations. We shall exchange postdoctoral fellows and/or doctoral students in joint supervision for research and training in the fields of material sciences and condensed matter physics. With three concrete examples of scientific cases, we shall search for and comprehensively study the forefront themes in materials science and condensed matter physics:1)magnetic Weyl semi-metals and their related quantum anomalous Hall effect materials,2)new 2D high-temperature superconductors, and3)novel topological superconductors.The ultimate and intermediate results in realizing these quantum materials will be of high impact in fundamental science and have great potential for applications, such as novel functional devices and quantum information. Research on novel quantum materials is fast developing worldwide, so that the proposed activities could be adjusted depending on new developments in the field, and the discovery of new materials which are relevant to the line of research in this proposal.Tsinghua University is one of the top universities in China and its Physics Department is one of leading centers in the world in the field of topological quantum materials research and low-dimensional high-temperature superconductors, including experimental discoveries of quantum anomalous Hall effect and single-layer high-temperature superconductivity. The strength of Tsinghua University in materials synthesis and developing advanced laboratory-based equipment will bring benefits to PSI in its research programs on material sciences, and in particular to build up the ensemble of molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) and synchrotron-based angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) in the near future,PSI, embedded in the ETH Domain alongside ETH and EPFL, with large facilities such as the Swiss Light Source (SLS), the Swiss Free Electron Laser (SwissFEL) and the Swiss Spallation Neutron Source (SINQ), provides great opportunities to domestic universities and the international scientific community for successful achievements in materials science and other disciplines. The high scientific throughput is widely recognized by the international scientific community. Leading expert scientists familiar with the large facilities have performed numerous breakthrough works in their in-house research, including in the fields of material sciences and condensed matter physics. Experiments exploiting large facilities at PSI would be highly beneficial to Tsinghua University in enhancing its materials research programs.