About Us

The Quantum Transport research group aims at the understanding and prediction of novel quantum transport phenomena in low dimensional electronic systems due to the interplay of electronic correlations, topological effects, geometric frustration, and peculiar density of states. Most of our work involves modelling and simulation and we have developed several computational packages that allow us to address a variety of interacting and non-interacting electronic models. Our group comprises one assistant professor, one researcher, one postdoc, one PhD student, one research grant holder, one master student and one project student. The group is part of the theoretical and computational physics group of the Institute of Nanostructures, Nanomodeling and Nanofabrication.


October 22, 2020

Coordination of the i3N@UA pole

Ricardo G. Dias became the coordinator of the i3N@UA pole. More

September 23, 2020

Factorization of topological insulators Hamiltonians

Lara Pinho, defense of the 3rd year project of the Bachelor in Physics of the University of Aveiro.
Advisors: Ricardo Dias / Anselmo Marques

October 1, 2020

Higher-order two-particle boundary states

Ricardo Emanuel L. S. Andrade, defense of the 3rd year project of the Integrated Masters in Engineering Physics of the University of Aveiro.
Advisors:: Anselmo Marques / Ricardo Dias


Latest publications

One-dimensional 2^n-root topological insulators and superconductors, A M Marques and R G Dias 2021 arXiv preprint arXiv:2102.12635. Nullam ut neque neque
A Matryoshka approach to Sine-Cosine topological models, R. G. Dias and A. M. Marques arXiv preprint arXiv:2102.00887 (2021). Sed aliquam mauris
Topologically protected states in a spider web lattice, JP Pino, P Alves, JD Gouveia, AM Marques, RG Dias Physical Review Research 2 (4), 043337 (2020). Sed aliquam mauris