Vidar Gudmundsson

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Vidar Gudmundsson is a professor of physics at the University of Iceland. He has been working on properties of electron systems in reduced dimensions, 2D systems, wires, and dots. Recently, he has been working on modeling the time-dependent electron transport through nanoscale systems in photon cavities.


Topological Phases Beyond the Hofstadter Butterfly

New theoretical work explores the phases that may arise when topology intersects with the strong magnetic field effects presented by Hofstadter’s problem. Read More »