Select Page

Flat Club

A journal club on the broad topic of two-dimensional materials and interfaces.
Biweekly.
Fridays 12:30, Stueckelberg, Ecole de Physique, Geneva.
Pizza at 12:00.

LAST MEETING

Friday 16 December 2022
Berry phase engineering at oxide interfaces
Andrea Caviglia

In oxide heterostructures, different materials are integrated into a single artificial crystal, resulting in a breaking of inversion symmetry across the heterointerfaces. A notable example are interfaces between polar and nonpolar materials, where structural...

NEXT MEETING

Spring 2023

Stay tuned for the Spring 2023 Flat Club schedule!

SUBSEQUENT MEETING

Spring 2023

Stay tuned for the Spring 2023 Flat Club schedule!

What is Flat Club?

The Flat Club is a journal club on the broad topic of two-dimensional materials and interfaces, involving people from the Department of Quantum Matter Physics and Theoretical Physics from the University of Geneva interested in this subject.

The range of topics include materials like twisted graphene and TMD structures, 2d magnetic materials and topological insulators, and LAO/STO interfaces. We discuss excitonic and electronic effects, including superconductivity. Techniques like STM, ARPES, SNOM, and transport are discussed.

Subscription to our mailing list.

12 + 6 =