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Condensed Matter Physics

Condensed Matter Physics focuses on understanding the diverse states of matter formed when a large number of atoms or constituent particles interact. This includes crystalline materials such as semiconductors, which are the basis of modern electronic devices, as well as liquid crystals and soft or biological matter, and other condensed states such as superconductivity and superfluidity. In many cases research in this area is also strongly interdisciplinary, connecting with materials science, nanotechnology, and engineering fields, and to multiple applications driving new technology.

Contacts

Artem Abanov

Associate Professor

Girish Agarwal

Joint Appointment in Physics and Astronomy, Professor of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Joint Appointment in Physics and Astronomy

Glenn Agnolet

Professor

Alexey Akimov

Assistant Professor

Roland Allen

Professor

Alexey Belyanin

Associate Department Head, Professor

David Lee

Distinguished Professor

Igor Lyuksyutov

Professor

Donald Naugle

Professor

Valery Pokrovsky

Distinguished Professor

Joe Ross

Professor

Wayne Saslow

Professor

Winfried Teizer

Professor

Michael Weimer

Professor

Wenhao Wu

Associate Professor