Martin Claassen, Ph.D.

Visiting Scholar, CCQ, Flatiron Institute
Portrait photo of Martin Claassen

Martin Claassen is a visiting scholar at the Center for Quantum Physics. He was previously a research fellow at the Flatiron Institute, joining in 2017. His research focuses on nonequilibrium and driven quantum systems with strong correlations or topological order. Claassen received his Ph.D. in applied physics from Stanford University, where he worked on photo-induced topological states of matter and lattice realizations of the fractional quantum Hall effect. He holds an M.Sc. and a B.Sc. in electrical engineering from ETH Zurich.


Ph.D., Applied Physics
Stanford University

M.Sc., B.Sc., Electrical Engineering
ETH Zurich

Selected publications

M. Claassen, C.-H. Lee, R. Thomale, X.-L. Qi, and T. P. Devereaux, Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 236802 (2015).
M. Claassen, C. Jia, B. Moritz, and T. P. Devereaux, Nature Comm. 7, 13074 (2016).
M. Claassen, H.-C. Jiang, B. Moritz, and T. P. Devereaux, Nature Comm. 8, 1192 (2017).

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