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Identification of a supersolid in two dimensions

Identification of a supersolid in two dimensions

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Experimentalists in the London Low Temperature Laboratory at Royal Holloway, working in collaboration with Cornell University and theorists in the Hubbard Theory Consortium and Imperial College, report the identification of a new state of quantum matter, with "intertwined density wave and superfluid order", in Nature Physics.
Date:
09/02/2017
High-Luminosity LHC meeting at Royal Holloway

High-Luminosity LHC meeting at Royal Holloway

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The Department of Physics at Royal Holloway played host to the High-Luminosity Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Plenary Meeting, a gathering of 3o physicists from across the UK on Thursday 13 October.
Date:
14/10/2016



Professor John Saunders receives IOP Mott medal
"for ground-breaking studies at the frontiers of ultra-low temperature physics."



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  Physics holds an Athena Swan silver award

 

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