Benjamin Béri is a condensed matter theorist interested in novel forms and properties of quantum matter. In particular, he seeks to discover new physical phenomena in strongly correlated electronic materials, nanoscale devices, superconductors, and ultracold atomic gases. His current research focuses on topological phases, including the physics of topological insulators and Majorana fermions.
Find out more about Dr Béri's research and expertise on his University of Cambridge profiles:
Department of Physics - The Cavendish Laboratory
The Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP)