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Anatomy of topological surface states: Exact solutions from destructive interference on frustrated lattices

by Flore K. Kunst, Maximilian Trescher, Emil J. Bergholtz




American Physical Society


The hallmark of topological phases is their robust boundary signature whose intriguing properties—such as the one-way transport on the chiral edge of a Chern insulator and the sudden disappearance of surface states forming open Fermi arcs on the surfaces of Weyl semimetals—are impossible to realize on the surface alone.


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Brief introduction of the dida co-author(s) and relevance for dida's ML developments.

About the Co-Author

After his studies in physics (FU Berlin, UPMC and ENS Paris), Max obtained his PhD in theoretical quantum and solid state physics (FU Berlin). His knowledge in scientific programming has been complemented by experience in software architecture and development through his work in the software industry. At dida he works as a Machine Learning Scientist at the interface of science and software development.