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Thursday, March 28, 2019 - 11:15 to 12:30 Auditorium

In the past few years the field of topological materials has uncovered many materials which have topological bands: bands which cannot be continuable to a trivial, “atomic” limit, and which are characterized by an integer topological index. We will review the progress in the field and the new types of topological behavior that is expected from the many predictions in the field. We will also show how, using a new theory called Topological Quantum Chemistry, thousands of new topological materials can be predicted, classified and discovered. The result is that- so far - out of 30000 materials investigated - at least 30 percent of all materials in nature can be classified as topological. One ultimately aims for a full classification of topological materials, available on database websites such as www.topologicalquantumchemistry.com