Dr. Alix McCollam
Assistant professor

Alix McCollam

Radboud University
Correlated Electron Systems Group

Contribution within QuMat:

Characterization; Pillar 1, 3.

Societal Impact Committee

Email: a.mccollam@ru.nl

Short CV

McCollam’s group works to understand and experimentally control the role of strong electron interactions in the emergence of complex magnetic and electronic phases of matter. She is widely known for high-resolution quantum oscillation studies of heavy fermion metals, which have uncovered new phases at very low temperatures and high magnetic fields. McCollam has received Marie Curie and Christine Mohrmann grants, and the EMFL prize for outstanding research in high magnetic fields. She has been awarded the Physics and Astronomy teaching prize, and the Science Faculty teaching prize at Radboud University.

Project involvement

Co-supervisor – QuMat.1-RU-3.2B

Probing unconventional order parameter symmetry

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