Carnegie Mellon University

Vladyslav Kozii

Assistant Professor

Condensed Matter Theory
Wean Hall 6418


Prof. Vlad Kozii

Education & Professional Experience

Ph.D.: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2019)
M.S.: Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (2013)
B.S.: Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (2011)

Curriculum Vitae

Assistant Professor of Physics, Carnegie Mellon University, 2022–
Postdoctoral Associate, Materials Sciences, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory / Department of Physics, University of California, Berkeley, 2019–2021

Research Interests

My research interests cover a number of topics in condensed matter physics, with a particular emphasis on topological or otherwise exotic superconductivity and strongly interacting topological systems. Recently, my main research efforts were focused on the search of the microscopic origin and novel properties of topological superconductors, transport and optical properties of interacting topological materials, and hydrodynamics of electrons. In my work, I aim to address both questions of fundamental importance and those having a clear connection to existing or ongoing experiments; many of my works were inspired by or eventually related to certain experimental findings.

Recent Publications

V. Kozii, A. Avdoshkin, S. Zhong, and J.E. Moore, Intrinsic anomalous Hall conductivity in a non-uniform electric field, Phys. Rev. Lett. 126, 156602 (2021)

D. Dentelski, V. Kozii, J. Ruhman, Effect of interorbital scattering on superconductivity in doped Dirac semimetals, Phys. Rev. Research 2, 033302 (2020)

V. Kozii, M. Zalatel, N. Bultinck, Superconductivity in a doped valley coherent insulator in magic angle graphene: Goldstone-mediated pairing and Kohn-Luttinger mechanism, arXiv:2005.12961 (2020)

A. Avdoshkin, V. Kozii, J.E. Moore, Interactions Remove the Quantization of the Chiral Photocurrent at Weyl Points, Phys. Rev. Lett. 124, 196603 (2020)

Yuki Nagai et al., DMFT reveals the non-Hermitian topology in heavy-fermion systems, Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 227204 (2020)

Wenjie Zhang et al., Observation of a thermoelectric Hall plateau in the extreme quantum limit, Nat. Comm. 11, 1046 (2020)

Fei Han et al., Quantized Thermoelectric Hall Effect Induces Giant Power Factor in a Topological Semimetal, Nat. Comm. 11, 6167 (2020)

V. Kozii, Z. Bi, J. Ruhman, Superconductivity near a Ferroelectric Quantum Critical Point in Ultralow-Density Dirac Materials, Phys. Rev. X 9, 031046 (2019)

V. Kozii, B. Skinner, L. Fu, Thermoelectric Hall conductivity and figure of merit in Dirac/Weyl materials, Phys. Rev. B 99, 155123 (2019)

V. Kozii, H. Isobe, J.W.F. Venderbos, L. Fu, Nematic superconductivity stabilized by density wave uctuations: Possible application to twisted bilayer graphene, Phys. Rev. B 99, 144507 (2019)

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