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Condensed Matter and Materials Physics (CMMP)
The Condensed Matter and Materials Physics (CMMP) group has expanded rapidly since its establishment in 1993, to become one of the most important condensed matter groups in the country. It now has about 80 members, including 17 academic staff and over 30 Ph.D. students, in addition to postdoctoral, technical, and support staff. The group has recently moved into a new building, the London Centre for Nanotechnology, where it has access to world-class fabrication and characterisation facilities, including a clean room and state-of-the-art scanning probe microscopy. The work of theoreticians in the group is supported by computational facilities within LCN as well as UCL's own Research Computing systems. CMMP has strong links with major national and international facilities, and some staff members have joint appointments with the Rutherford Appleton laboratories (ISIS and DIAMOND) or with the UK's fusion power research centre at Culham. The work undertaken by the experimentalists and theorists in the group covers a very wide range, from quantum information processing to the underlying mechanisms of smell, and from superconductivity to radiation damage in materials. The group publishes about a hundred papers a year: delve further into our pages to get a more complete idea of who we are and what we do.
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