Christopher Wiebe’s research focuses on the synthesis, crystal growth and characterization of new quantum materials, such as new superconductors, frustrated magnets and low-dimensional systems.
Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Quantum Materials Discovery, 2013
PAI Award for Excellence in Teaching and Research, 2009
John Charles Polanyi Prize in Physics, 2005
NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2004
Izaak Walton Killam Memorial Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2002
Zhu, D. et al. "Rhodium (II) dimers without metal-metal bonds." Dalton Trans. 44 (2015): 13460.
Hallas, A.M. et al. "Incipient ferromagnetism in Tb2Ge2O7: Application of chemical pressure to the enigmatic spin-liquid compound Tb2Ti2O7." Physical Review Letters 113 (2014).
Zhou, H.D. et al. "Successive phase transitions and extended spin-excitation continuum in the S=1/2 triangular-lattice antiferromagnet Ba3CoSb2O9." Phys. Rev. Letters 109 (2012).
Carlo, J.P. et al. "New magnetic phase diagram of (Sr,Ca)2RuO4." Nature Materials 11 (2012): 323–28.
Zhou, H.D. et al. "High pressure route to generate magnetic monopole dimers in spin ice." Nature Communications 2 (2011).