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Quantum Materials and 2D superlattices

This Special Topic includes a collection of articles focused on novel quantum phenomena and applications of quantum materials and their superlattices. These materials include magnonic, excitonic, topological, and other exotic material systems, and each class of material presents advanced quantum properties that are not present in conventional material systems. Especially when they are stacked onto each other, their behavior can be further engineered by a relative alignment of subsequent quantum layers. A myriad of properties resulting from quantum materials and their various stacking possibilities opens a new frontier in the world of quantum information science and technologies.

Guest Editors: Sefaattin Tongay, Riccardo Comin and Feng Wang

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Luiz G. Pimenta Martins; Riccardo Comin; Matheus J. S. Matos; Mário S. C. Mazzoni; Bernardo R. A. Neves; Matthew Yankowitz
J. Kutrowska-Girzycka; E. Zieba-Ostój; D. Biegańska; M. Florian; A. Steinhoff; E. Rogowicz; P. Mrowiński; K. Watanabe; T. Taniguchi; C. Gies; S. Tongay; C. Schneider; M. Syperek
Qishuo Tan; Weijun Luo; Tianshu Li; Jun Cao; Hikari Kitadai; Xingzhi Wang; Xi Ling
Johanna Nordlander; Margaret A. Anderson; Charles M. Brooks; Megan E. Holtz; Julia A. Mundy
F. Schlawin; D. M. Kennes; M. A. Sentef
Marku Nyevel R. Perez; Rovi Angelo B. Villaos; Liang-Ying Feng; Aniceto B. Maghirang, III; Chih-Peng Cheng; Zhi-Quan Huang; Chia-Hsiu Hsu; Arun Bansil; Feng-Chuan Chuang
Dina Abdul-Wahab; Ezio Iacocca; Richard F. L. Evans; Amilcar Bedoya-Pinto; Stuart Parkin; Kostya S. Novoselov; Elton J. G. Santos
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