Search for emergent phases of matter in quantum materials

Discovery of emergent phases of matter in quantum materials The concept of quantum materials has become a unifying term that […]

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Ultrafast control of quantum phases

Ultrafast control of quantum phases Achieving full control over the properties of quantum materials is one of the long-standing goals […]

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Collective dynamics in the condensed phase

Collective dynamics in the condensed phase In condensed matter, collective excitations are fictitious entities that do not center around individual […]

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Welcome to the Quantum Condensed Matter group

The Quantum Condensed Matter group at the University of Texas at Austin is led by Dr. Edoardo Baldini. Our research lies at the intersection of condensed matter physics, physical chemistry, and materials science, and is driven by the goal to discover and manipulate novel phases of matter with exotic quantum functionalities in advanced materials. To tackle this challenge, we develop sensitive spectroscopy tools and nonequilibrium control schemes based on ultrashort laser pulses.

Research directions

Experimental methods