Dr. Anna Isaeva
Tenure-track assistant professor

Anna Isaeva

University of Amsterdam
Institute of Physics

Contribution within QuMat:

Synthesis, Characterization; Pillar 1, 2

email: a.isaeva@uva.nl

Short CV

The Isaeva group focuses on explorative design and crystal growth of new topological materials and frustrated magnets, their X-ray and electron diffraction characterization and (magneto)transport properties. The team’s contributions include experimental discoveries of several families of weak and strong 3D topological insulators, e.g. Bi14Rh3I9 and Bi4I4, and the first intrinsic magnetic TIs, the (MnBi2Te4)(Bi2Te3)n family.

She received BELSPO (Belgium) and Marie-Reiche (Germany) fellowships and was a project leader of a Special Priority Program (SPP), Collaborative Research Center (CRC) and an Excellence Cluster on topological matter in Germany.

Project involvement

Co-supervisor – QuMat.1-RUG-M1

k-space spectroscopy & element specific magnetometry and microscopy of 2D topological materials

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