Condensed Matter Physics Seminar

2 p.m., Thursday, November 3, 2005
Room 1201, Physics Building

 Electron-Doped Cuprate Superconductors

A. J. Millis

(Columbia University)

Abstract:  The "electron doped" cooper-oxide superconductors provide a new window onto fundamental issues in electronic condensed matter physics including quantum criticality, the interaction-driven (Mott) metal-insulator transition, and the phenomenon of high temperature superconductivity. This talk presents an overview of the materials, focusing on optical and transport data and their theoretical interpretation.
Host:  Greene
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