Hey I am a recent graduate with a B.S. in physics and mathematics. The highest physics class I officially took is Quantum Mechanics. I am very interested in learning about topological insulators, topological phases, and topological symmetry, but when I look at papers in the field on Arxiv I can tell that there is a long road ahead. I would like to know the best way to move forward that is most efficient/fastest. If you can suggest sources/a path with lots of problem solving that would be ideal, I tried to get my way through without doing problems and just reading so I can go through the material faster but I realized how futile and silly that is.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# A Self-Teaching Topological Insulators/Phases/Symmetry

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