In recent years, there's been a surge in quantum materials research, with the term 'quantum' transcending science to become a notable part of our daily lives. But what are quantum materials exactly? What's fuelling the excitement? And how could they shape our future? Join me as we explore the captivating world of quantum materials, uncovering their intrinsic nature and potential impact on upcoming technologies. I'll talk about how to fabricate quantum materials and introduce you to an innovative instrument designed and built in my laboratory at Aarhus University's Department of Physics & Astronomy. This state-of-the-art instrument allows us to delve into the remarkable properties of these materials, offering a new level of scientific insight and the potential to reshape tomorrow's technologies.
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Frist: 21. marts 2024 kl. 17:00
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus university
Jill is an Associate Professor at Aarhus University and works at the ASTRID2 synchrotron located in the basement of the Physics & Astronomy Department. She explores the vibrant area of quantum materials research to uncover new physics. She grows these materials and investigates their remarkable electronic and structural properties using a combination of innovative surface scientific techniques.