QMI Researchers Have Successfully Grown a Parent Compound in a "Quantum Sandwich"
A group of researchers at Stewart Blusson QMI at the University of British Columbia have successfully grown the parent compound of a high superconducting transition temperature material (perovskite bismuthate). Strontium bismuth oxide (SrBiO3) was grown in a thin film form on a strontium titanate substrate using molecular beam epitaxy (MBE). Experimental results were recently reported in Physical Review Materials. Read more.
Lukas Chrostowski named a Member of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists
Recognized by the Royal Society of Canada for “his leadership in research and education in the design of silicon photonic devices and systems for applications in optical communications and biosensors,” Chrostowski, who has taught silicon photonics workshops and courses since 2008, currently directs the NSERC-funded Silicon Electronic-Photonic Integrated Circuits training program for undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral fellows across Canada. Read more.
Collaborative Workshop Taking Place October 3-4
This workshop brings together researchers from the University of British Columbia’s (UBC’s) Stewart Blusson Quantum Matter Institute (QMI) and Rice University’s Center for Quantum Materials – both recognized for their world-leading excellence in quantum materials research – to explore opportunities for synergistic research collaborations. Read more.