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Quantum Matter

Quantum matter is one of the most promising and most productive areas in fundamental physics research. Located at the nexus of converging fields, including condensed matter physics, quantum information, quantum gravity, and string theory, it is a highly interdisciplinary area that encompasses many of Perimeter Institute’s research strengths.

Learn more about Quantum Matter at Perimeter Institute.

Emmy Noether Visiting Fellow Natasha Perkins says experimental relevance is not as important as many people think. If something is…
/Jul 06, 2017
Topological materials hold great potential for quantum computing, but we don’t know how to make them yet. These scientists came…
/Jun 07, 2017
New research by Perimeter scientists employs artificial intelligence techniques to explore phases of matter.
/Feb 13, 2017
Two Perimeter postdoctoral fellows will soon head to the United States and Germany to pursue research seeded in Waterloo.
/Sep 26, 2016
Condensed matter researcher and Perimeter DVRC Matthew Fisher’s latest work has ushered him into the emerging field of quantum biology…
/Dec 17, 2015
Perimeter welcomes its newest faculty member, condensed matter physicist Max Metlitski.
/Dec 04, 2015
Perimeter collaborators propose a new way to compare vastly different theories: go through the corners.
/Oct 07, 2015
Perimeter researchers Peng Ye and Zheng-Cheng Gu put forward a theory to create bosonic topological insulators by condensing the vortex…
/Jul 08, 2015
Researchers have used a never-before-observed phenomenon called quantum distillation to turn an ultra-cold Bose-Einstein condensate into something even colder –…
/Apr 24, 2015
Perimeter researchers Yidun Wan and Ling-Yan Hung have taken an important step toward using topologically open surfaces like cylinders for…
/Apr 23, 2015