Condensed Matter and Material Physics

The physics of the condensed matter deals with the synthesis, manipulation, and properties (i.e, electronic, magnetic, and optical) of liquid and solid materials. The subfield highly overlaps with interdisciplinary, chemistry, materials science and electrical engineering and often drives technological progress through foundation insights. It is the largest subfield in physics, with one-third of American physicists identifying themselves as frozen physicists. The large community translates into a wide. Some current interesting materials include graphene, 2D materials, colloids, quantum dots and wires, correlated chalcogenides and complex oxides. They allow us to study topology, spintronic, superconductors, plasmonics, quits, magnetic skyrmions, and exciton phenomena. Variety of materials and structures studied and funded, into many opportunities in terms of research and employment. The physics of frozen matter is an ever-evolving field that often focuses on evolving materials and physical phenomena.

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