Franz is a leading expert in theories of topological quantum matter, unconventional superconductivity and strongly correlated electron systems.
- Fellow, Royal Society of Canada, 2022
- Fellow, Americal Physical Society (2014)
- Killam Research Fellowship (2007)
- A.P. Sloan Fellowship (2002)
- Can, O., Tummuru, T., Day, R. P., Elfimov, I., Damascelli, A., & Franz, M. (2021). High-temperature topological superconductivity in twisted double-layer copper oxides. Nature Physics, 17(4), 519-524.
- Plugge, S., Lantagne-Hurtubise, É., & Franz, M. (2020). Revival dynamics in a traversable wormhole. arXiv preprint arXiv:2003.03914.
- Pikulin, D. I., Chen, A., & Franz, M. (2016). Chiral anomaly from strain-induced gauge fields in Dirac and Weyl semimetals. Physical Review X, 6(4), 041021.
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