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    Technische Physik

    Topological Photonics and Polaritonics

    Group leader Dr. Sebastian Klembt and his team investigate topological properties of photonic and polaritonic systems. A special focus is the fabrication of semiconductor-based lattice potential landscapes and the investigation of their physical particularities. This includes Dirac and flatband dispersions in Honeycomb-, Lieb- and Kagome-lattices. Recently the team was able to demonstrate the first hybrid light-matter topological insulator in a exciton-polariton honeycomb system. The findings have been published in Nature.

    S. Klembt, T.H. Harder et. al., Nature (2018), DOI: 10.1038/s41586-018-0601-5

     

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