The Racah Institute includes a large condensed matter group.
Research in the group of condensed matter physics includes both theoretical and experimental activities aimed at understanding the behavior of large collections of particles with special emphasis on interactions and quantum effects.
The experimental research spans topics such as quantum transport in disordered systems, the properties of semiconductors and superconductors, and the fabrication and measurements of electronic systems in the nanometer regime.
Much of the theoretical study is focused on consequences of interactions and disorder in low dimensions. Examples include the quantum Hall effect, high temperature superconductivity and the Kondo effect in quantum dots. The group also conducts research of various aspects of statistical and computational physics.
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