I study topological phases of matter. This can range from strongly correlated phases — in particular, the quantum Hall effect — to uncorrelated topological band structures. I am interested in classification, measurement, and materials discovery.

For the most up-to-date list of publications, see my papers on the ArXiv.


Jennifer Cano receives NSF Career award: Press release

Higher order topological semimetals (article): Press release

Fragile topology (related article, related article): Nature News

Wallpaper fermions and the non-symmorphic Dirac insulator (article): Press release

Topological quantum chemistry (cover article): News & Views in Nature, Nature editorialNews feature in Nature, Press release

Beyond Dirac and Weyl fermions: Unconventional quasiparticles in conventional crystals (article): Perspective in SciencePress release (Princeton), Press release (Max Planck)