The objective of the Topical Group shall be to foster the development and exchange of information in the science of quantum materials synthesis, including synthesis of bulk single crystals, 2D materials, thin films/heterostructures and nanostructures and the characterization approaches necessary to obtain a quality index for particular quantum materials. The Group shall provide to its members, and to all members of the American Physical Society, an opportunity to disseminate information on quantum materials synthesis challenges, fostering timely communication in the community to collectively tackle these challenges.
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