Dr. Halyna Hodovanets

Assistant Professor



Experimental Condensed Matter Physics

Research Interests:

Synthesis and discovery, characterization, and optimization of novel quantum materials (e.g. Weyl semimetals, superconductors, antiferro- and ferromagnets, magnetocaloric and thermoelectric materials) in a single crystalline form. Exotic electronic and quantum states of matter that are realized in quantum materials and can be tuned with chemical substitution, magnetic field, or application of pressure. Quantum criticality and strongly correlated systems.


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  • 2014: PhD in Physics: Iowa State University

Selected Publications

  • H. Hodovanets, C. J. Eckberg, Y. Eo, D. J. Campbell, P. Y. Zavalij, P. Piccoli, T. Metz, H. Kim, J. S. Higgins, and J. Paglione, Anomalous symmetry breaking in Weyl semimetal CeAlGe, arXiv:2101.10411 (2021)
  • J. B. Felder, A. Weiland, H. Hodovanets, G. T. McCandless, T. G. Estrada, T. J. Martin, A. V. Walker, J. Paglione, and J. Y. Chan, Law and disorder: special stacking units – building the intergrowth Ce6Co5Ge16, Inorg. Chem., 58, 9, 6037 (2019)
  • H. Hodovanets, C. J. Eckberg, P. Y. Zavalij, H. Kim, W. - C. Lin, M. Zic, D. J. Campbell, J. S. Higgins, and J. Paglione, Single crystal investigation of proposed type-II Weyl semimetal CeAlGe, Phys. Rev. B 98, 245132 (2018)
  • H. Hodovanets, S.  L. Bud’ko, W.  E. Straszheim, V. Taufour, E.  D. Mun, H. Kim, R. Flint, and P.  C. Canfield, Remarkably robust and correlated coherence and antiferromagnetism in (Ce1-x Lax)Cu2Ge2, Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 236601 (2015)


Engineering Physics I (Physics 1135)