NewsTwisted van der Waals materials as a new platform to realize
exotic matter

2nd February 2021by admin0
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Researchers from the MPSD, the RWTH Aachen University
and the Flatiron Institute, Columbia University (both in the U.S.)
and part of the Max Planck—New York City Center for Non-equilibrium
Quantum Phenomena have provided a fresh perspective on the
potential of twisted van der Waals materials for realizing novel
and elusive states of matter and providing a unique materials-based
quantum simulation platform.

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