Northeastern’s Department of Physics is spearheading the discovery of revolutionary phenomena in quantum materials

At the intersection of quantum materials and revolutionary technological applications, two Northeastern community members’ latest contribution to "Science" unveils the phenomenon of a new type of nonlinear Hall effect—a discovery with tantalizing implications for our future. Postdoctoral Research Associate Barun Ghosh and University Distinguished Professor Arun Bansil of Northeastern's Department of Physics were recently published in this widely respected and reputable academic journal for their research article, “Quantum metric nonlinear…
September 06, 2023

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