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Quantum theory lab

The quantum theory lab of SPSMS pursues research in nanoelectronics, superconductivity, magnetism, and electronic correlations. We work in close collaboration with experimentalists.


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Quantum theory lab – People
Quantum theory lab – People : Pacôme Armagnat (PhD candidate) Anton Bespalov (postdoctoral researcher) Lars Elster (PhD candidate) Erik I. Eriksson (postdoctoral researcher) Christoph Groth (CEA staff researcher) Manuel Houzet ... More »
Quantum theory lab – Research
Quantum theory lab – Research : Frustrated magnets, Strongly correlated electronic systems: heavy fermions and quantum phase transitions, Unconventional superconductivity,ferromagnetic superconductors, and non-centrosymmetric superconductors, Polarised Fermi liquids, Transport and quantum ... More »


Vladimir P. Mineev receives the 2014 Lars Onsager Prize (American Physical Society) together with Grigory E. Volovik (Aalto Univ.)
Contact : Vladimir Mineev
Vladimir P. Mineev (INAC, CEA-Grenoble) and Grigory E. Volovik (Aalto University School of Science) are the 2014 Lars Onsager Prize Recipients. This prize from the American Physical Society recognizes outstanding research in theoretical statistical physics including the quantum fluids. It ... More »
Kwant: quantum transport simulations for everybody
Contact : Christoph Groth
The software Kwant is ​​available to the scientific community at This new platform aims beyond the traditional goal of making simulations fast, i.e. efficient in terms of computer time.  Kwant allows researchers to study new quantum-physical ... More »
100 years of superconductivity - SPSMS spotlighted
The june-august issue of C.R. Physique is devoted to Superconductivity of strongly correlated systems: three papers are written by SPSMS researchers, emphasizing the high level of international recognition on this topic obtained by the lab for years : Antiferromagnetism and superconductivity in ... More »
Based on numerical simulations, we have reached a new step in our understanding of the mechanisms that drive the growth of carbon nanotubes.   One of the most commonly used methods for synthesizing carbon nanotubes is chemical vapor deposition (CVD). The reaction involves a liquid ... More »


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