The School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences is home to internationally-renowned research groups pursuing cutting-edge research in a diverse range of topics in the mathematical sciences, physics, and related disciplines.
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Putting a New Spin on Digital Bits
Physicists at NTU SPMS have shown how information can be encoded robustly in perovskite nanocrystals, as a potential replacement for electronic memory.
11 July 2023
Seeing the Light of Superlattice Materials
In a breakthrough in exciton spectroscopy, moiré superlattice materials are shown to host exotic electronic states that can be controlled electrically.
12 May 2023
‘Donut Transitions’ Give a New Way For Atoms to Radiate
A new kind of quantum jump in atoms, called a toroidal transition, can lead to unexpected forms of light emission.
5 Jan 2023
Electron Liquids on the Cutting Edge
A team led by Nanyang Assistant Professor Bent Weber is studying one-dimensional electron fluids that can be used to create robust quantum computers.
21 Oct 2022
Mathematical Algorithms to Aid E-Commerce
Assistant Professor Yan Zhenzhen is developing decision models to help online retailers improve their logistics.
1 Sep 2022
Nanostructured Perovskites Add a Twist to Light
Using nanostructured perovskite materials, scientists have created optical devices with greatly enhanced ability to absorb or emit chiral light.
24 Jun 2022
Centre for Disruptive Photonic Technologies
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Centre for Emergent Quantum Materials
A centre dedicated to exploring novel quantum materials and devices with unconventional quantum properties.
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