Niels Schröter wins the IBM Condensed Matter Physics Award of the Swiss Physical Society

May 04, 2021

Niels Schröter has won the IBM Condensed Matter Award of the Swiss Physical Society for his "Groundbreaking discovery and further investigation of new multifold fermions in chiral topological semimetals". The prize will be awarded at the annual joint SPS and OPG meeting in Innsbruck on September 1st 2021.

Further details about the work that this prize was based on can be found in

N. B. M. Schröter, Samuel Stolz, Kaustuv Manna, Fernando de Juan, Maia G. Vergniory, Jonas A. Krieger, Ding Pei, Pavel Dudin, Timur K. Kim, Cephise Cacho, Barry Bradlyn, Horst Borrmann, Marcus Schmidt, Roland Widmer, Vladimir Strokov, and Claudia Felser.
Observation and control of maximal chern numbers in a chiral topological semimetal.
Science, 369(6500):179–183, 2020.
N. B. M. Schröter, Ding Pei, Maia G. Vergniory, Yan Sun, Kaustuv Manna, Fernando de Juan, Jonas. A. Krieger, Vicky Süss, Marcus Schmidt, Pavel Dudin, Barry Bradlyn, Timur K. Kim, Thorsten Schmitt, Cephise Cacho, Claudia Felser, Vladimir N. Strocov, and Yulin Chen.
Chiral topological semimetal with multifold band crossings and long Fermi arcs.
Nature Physics, 15(8):759–765, 2019.
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