People: Bo Dwyer

Graduate Student
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Tue April 13, 2021 4:00 pm
Many exotic phenomena in condensed matter physics, including quantum hall effects, topological states of matter, and magnetoelectric effects, can be understood in terms of the Berry phase of electrons in a solid. One of the first observations of such an effect was in graphene, whose Berry phase of pi shifts a Landau level at zero...
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