Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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MA 10: Poster Session: Topological Topics (joint session TT/MA)

Montag, 1. April 2019, 15:00–18:30, Poster D

15:00 MA 10.1 Helical edge state interferometry in a quantum spin Hall insulator — •Raul Stühler, André Kowalewski, Felix Reis, Johannes Weis, Jörg Schäfer, and Ralph Claessen
15:00 MA 10.2 Potassium-Induced n-Doping of the High-Temperature Quantum Spin Hall System Bismuthene on SiC(0001) — •Johannes Weis, André Kowalewski, Felix Reis, Raul Stühler, Felix Spriestersbach, Lenart Dudy, Victor Rogalev, Jörg Schäfer, and Ralph Claessen
15:00 MA 10.3 Electronic correlation effects on double Dirac semimetals — •Niklas Wagner, Domenico Di Sante, Sergio Ciuchi, and Giorgio Sangiovanni
15:00 MA 10.4 Bychkov-Rashba Spin-Orbit Coupling Effects in a Multi-Band Tight-Binding Model of Graphene — •Thorben Schmirander, Marta Prada, and Daniela Pfannkuche
15:00 MA 10.5 Surface currents in Weyl semimetal nanowires — •Patrick Grössing, Daniel Hernangómez-Pérez, and Ferdinand Evers
15:00 MA 10.6 Anomaly transport ingraphene and Weyl semimetals — •Klaus Morawetz
15:00 MA 10.7 Edge currents as a probe of the strongly spin-polarized topological noncentrosymmetric superconductors — •M. Biderang, M.H. Zare, H. Yavari, P. Thalmeier, and A. Akbari
15:00 MA 10.8 Decoherence of Majorana edge modes under adiabatic drives — •Zihao Gao, Yuval Vinkler-Aviv, and Achim Rosch
15:00 MA 10.9 Anyonic statistics of quantum impurities in two dimensions — •Enderalp Yakaboylu and Mikhail Lemeshko
15:00 MA 10.10 Truncation of lattice fractional quantum Hall Hamiltonians derived from CFT — •Srivatsa N. S, Dillip Nandy, and Anne E. B. Nielsen
15:00 MA 10.11 Effects of topological line defects on two-dimensional electronic transport — •Nico Baßler and Kai Schmidt
15:00 MA 10.12 Robustness of Haah's code in a magnetic field — •Matthias Walther and Kai Phillip Schmidt
15:00 MA 10.13 Quantum phase transitions to topological Haldane phases in spin-one chains studied by linked-cluster expansions — •Patrick Adelhardt, Julian Gritsch, Marvin Hille, David Anselm Reiss, and Kai Phillip Schmidt
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