Computational Solid-state theory grouP

Principal investigator: Fabio Caruso

Institute of Theoretical Physics & Astrophysics
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

The cs2t group focuses on the development of ab-initio theory and computational approaches to investigate many-body interactions and ultrafast phenomena in condensed matter. Read more about our research here

Special solid-state Seminar: focus on Quantum Materials

This seminar series explores modern topics and new paradigms in solid-state physics by focusing on a selection of emerging and novel materials families. The event addresses students (Bachelor, Master) and young researchers (PhD, postdocs). It aims to give an modern perspective into the cutting-edge research, novel properties, and potential applications of materials that are defining the future of science and technology. The speakers of this series involve the new generation of leaders in the field, providing insights and perspectives on new challenges and opportunities in the field.

Highlighted publications

C. Emeis, S. Mahatha, S. Rohlf, K. Rossnagel, F. Caruso
Plasmonic polarons induced by alkali-atom deposition in hafnium disulfide 1T−HfS2

Phys. Rev. B 108, 155149 (2023)

Y. Pan, F. Caruso
Vibrational dichroism of chiral valley phonons
Nano Lett. 23, 7463 (2023)

F. Caruso, M. Zacharias
Quantum theory of light-driven coherent lattice dynamics
Phys. Rev. B 107, 054102 (2023)

H. Seiler, D. Zahn, M. Zacharias, P. Hildebrandt, T. Vasileiadis, Y. W. Windsor, Y. Qi, C. Carbogno, C. Draxl, R. Ernstorfer, F. Caruso
Accessing the anisotropic non-thermal phonon populations in black phosphorus
Nano Lett. 21, 6171 (2021)