||Advanced Science and Engineering of Correlated Electron Materials
In many solid-state materials, new phenomena evolve due to strong electron interactions.
In this Lecture, review will be given on some advanced topics, including high temperature superconductivity, unconventional magnetism and dielectricity.
Experimental techniques to study these physical properties will be introduced, and the physics behind the new phenomena will be discussed.
- Metal-insulator transition and electron correlations
- High temperature superconductivity
- Physics of spin, charge and orbitals in transition metal oxides
- Colossal magneto-resistance in transition metal oxides
- Superconductivity induced by magnetic (electric) field and pressure
- Nuclear magnetic resonance as an advanced technique to study strongly correlated materials.
- Syntheses of artificial superlattices
- Perspectives of technical applications of strongly correlated electron materials
||S. Blundell, "Magnetism in Condensed Matter", Oxford University Press (2001);
M. Tinkham, "Introduction to Superconductivity", McGraw-Hill, (1996)
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