Please find below our latest newsletter, with highlights, news, and events linked to the MARVEL community.
This month, read about why certain Weyl points with different chirality do not annihilate upon collision and about particularly promising candidates of 2-D materials that could challenge currently manufactured silicon-based transistors. Read too about MARVEL research featured in a special issue of the Journal of Chemical Physics devoted to machine learning in chemical physics.
You can also get to know a new PI joining the NCCR MARVEL team: Dr. Emiliana Fabbri, senior researcher in the Electrocatalysis and Interfaces group at PSI.
For your calendars, the monthly MARVEL Junior Seminars are continuing throughout the summer, including this afternoon.
We wish you a great summer and look forward to seeing you soon.