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Guido van Miert

Guido van Miert

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Guido van Miert studied mathematics & physics and astronomy at Utrecht University.  After finishing his studies he did a PhD in theoretical condensed matter physics at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Utrecht University. During his PhD Guido specialized in topological insulators.

More information about Guido

These materials only conduct electricity at the edge and provide a promising platform for the development of a quantum computer.

Working experience

  • Trainee Patent Attorny, V.O. (2018-present)
  • Post-doctoral researcher, Utrecht University (2018)
  • PhD candidate Theoretical condensed matter physics, Utrecht University (2014-2018)
  • Teaching-assistent, Utrecht University (2010-2014)

Education

  • PhD in theoretical condensed matter physics, Utrecht University (2014-2018)
  • MSc Theoretical Physics, Utrecht University (2011-2014)
  • BSc Physics and Astronomy, Utrecht University (2008-2011)
  • BSc Mathematics, Utrecht University (2008-2011)

Publications

  • Van Miert, G., Morais Smith, C. and Juricic, V. (2014) High-Chern-number bands and tunable Dirac cones in β –graphyne Phys. Rev. B 90, 081406(R);
  • Van Miert, G., Juricic, V. and Morais Smith, C. (2014) Tight-binding theory of spin-orbit coupling in graphynes Phys. Rev. B 90, 195414;
  • Van Miert, G. and Morais Smith, C. (2016) Dirac cones beyond the honeycomb lattice: a symmetry based approach Phys. Rev. B 93, 035401;
  • Van Miert, G., Ortix, C. and Morais Smith, (2017) C. Topological origin of edge states in two-dimensional  inversion-symmetric insulators and semimetals 2D Mater. 4 015023;
  • Slot, M., Gardenier, T., Jacobse, P., Van Miert, G., Kempkes, S., Zevenhuizen, S, Morais Smith, C, Vanmaekelbergh, D. and Swart, I., (2017) Experimental realization and characterization of an electronic Lieb lattice Nature Physics 13, 672-676;
  • Van Miert, G and Ortix, C., (2017) Excess charges as a probe of one-dimensional topological crystalline insulating phases Phys. Rev. B 96, 235130;
  • Kunst, F., Van Miert, G. and Bergholtz, E., (2018) Lattice models with exactly solvable topological hinge and corner states Phys. Rev. B 97 241405(R);
  • Van Miert, G. and Ortix, C. (2018) Dislocation charges reveal two-dimensional topological crystalline invariants Phys. Rev. B 97 201111(R);
  • Van Miert, G. and Ortix, C. (2018) Higher-order topological insulators protected by inversion and rotoinversion symmetries Phys. Rev. B 081110(R);
  • Kooi, S., Van Miert, G. and Ortix, C. (2018) Inversion-symmetry protected chiral hinge states in stacks of doped quantum Hall layers arXiv:1807.01277;
  • Kunst, F., Van Miert, G. and Bergholtz, E. (2018) Boundaries of boundaries: a systematic approach to lattice models with solvable boundary states of arbitrary codimension arXiv:1809.05293.

Languages

  • Dutch(native)
  • English (fluent)
  • Portuguese(B2.1)
  • German (basic)
  • French (basic)

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