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Superconductivity and Strongly Correlated Electron Systems

C. Noce

Superconductivity and Strongly Correlated Electron Systems

Amalfi, Italy 14-16 October 1993

by C. Noce

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Published by World Scientific Pub Co Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Condensed matter physics (liquids & solids),
  • Electricity, magnetism & electromagnetism,
  • Superconducting composites,
  • Condensed Matter Physics,
  • Superconductivity,
  • Technology,
  • High temperature superconductivity,
  • Superconductors & Superconductivity,
  • Electronic structure,
  • High temperature superconducti

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsG. Scarpetta (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages450
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9194299M
    ISBN 109810220383
    ISBN 109789810220389

    Stimulated by the discovery of high-temperature superconductivity in , band-filling control of strongly correlated electron systems has been a persistent challenge over the past three decades in condensed matter science. In particular, recent efforts have been focused on electrostatic carrier doping of t PCCP Perspectives PCCP HOT Articles. Strongly correlated materials are a wide class of heavy fermion compounds that include insulators and electronic materials, and show unusual (often technologically useful) electronic and magnetic properties, such as metal-insulator transitions, half-metallicity, and spin-charge essential feature that defines these materials is that the behavior of their electrons or spinons.

    texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK Theory of Superconductivity in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems In this article we review essential natures of superconductivity in strongly correlated electron systems (SCES) from . Superconductivity in a model on a cubic lattice for a \(\Gamma _{3}\) non-Kramers system is discussed. In our previous studies, we have found that d-wave superconductivity with E g symmetry occurs in a wide parameter range in a \(\Gamma _{3}\) system. In such an anisotropic superconducting state, the cubic symmetry of the system can be broken.

    Get this from a library! Superconductivity and Strongly Correlated Electron Systems: Proceedings of the International Conference.. [C Noce]. Strongly Correlated Superconductivity occupation number that defines the Fermi surface. This is the Landau Fermi liquid [17,18]. Emergent properties appear at low energy, i.e., for excitation energies not far from the ground.


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Buy Strongly Correlated Electron Systems (Series on Progress in High Temperature Superconductivity) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Strongly Correlated Electron Systems (Series on Progress in High Temperature Superconductivity): Baskaran, G., Ruckenstein, A. E., Tosatti, E., Lu, Yu: : Books.

This volume contains invited and contributed Superconductivity and Strongly Correlated Electron Systems book of eminent scientists who are deeply involved in the field of strongly correlated electron systems and high-T c superconductivity.

The topics of the papers include the Hubbard model, the t-J model, the polaronic model for high- T c superconductivity, Fermi liquid and non-Fermi liquid theory, and heavy fermion systems. The Table of Contents for the book is as follows: * Preface * Towards a theory of copper-oxides metals * The Mott transition: mean field theories and real materials * The boson-fermion scenario for high-T c superconductivity * Bipolaronic Bose-liquid in high-T c superconductors: arguments against and evidence for * Superconductivity and density waves in high dimensions * Theory of dynamical Cited by: Superconductivity and Strongly Correlated Electron Systems This volume contains invited and contributed papers of eminent scientists who are deeply involved in the field of strongly correlated electron systems and high- T c superconductivity.

Strongly Correlated Electron Systems II This is the second in a series of miniworkshops and Adriatico conferences devoted to the exciting field of strongly correlated electron systems including quantum Hall effect, metal insulator transition, heavy fermions and high Tc superconductivity.

The Hubbard model is one of basic models for strongly correlated electron systems, and is regarded as the model of cuprate high temperature superconductors.

The d-p model is more realistic model. In this article we review essential natures of superconductivity in strongly correlated electron systems (SCES) from a universal point of view. First we summarize experimental results on SCES by focusing on typical materials such as cuprates, BEDT-TTF organic superconductors, and ruthenate Sr 2 Cited by: In this work we study the superconductivity within an attractive two-dimensional one-band Hubbard model.

We consider a d-wave superconducting gap and a Hubbard-I approximation to describe the strongly correlated superconducting regime. We use the Green’s function method to obtain the order parameter Δ and the superconducting critical temperature by: 2.

This special section is dedicated to the Strongly Correlated Electron Systems Conference (SCES)which was held from 29 August–3 Septemberin Cambridge, UK. SCES' is dedicated to years of superconductivity and covers a range of topics in the area of strongly correlated systems.

Physics of Strongly Correlated Systems The origin of superconductivity is still unclear, but it is commonly believed that it comes mostly from the Coulomb interaction between the electrons, rather than the electron-ion interactions that are important for the conventional superconductors.

One dimensional electron systems. Electrons carry. The discovery of high-T c cuprates, was a trigger of the intensive studies on superconductivity in strongly correlated electron systems (SCES). The theoretical efforts stimulated by high-T c superconductivity have clarified many basic properties of strongly correlated materials.

Especially the understanding of the quasi-two-dimensional system has been by: Interplay of Magnetism and Superconductivity in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems Abstract This thesis considers various aspects of the interplay between superconductivity and magnetism in strongly correlated electron systems.

Chapter 2 studies the efiects of. We study the influence of the short-ranged Hubbard correlation U between the conduction electrons on the Cooper pair formation in normal (s-wave) superconductors.

The Coulomb correlation is considered within the standard second order perturbation theory, which becomes exact in the weak coupling limit but goes beyond the simple Hartree-Fock treatment by yielding a finite lifetime Cited by: 1. In the correlated electron system with the pseudogap, full-gapped domains and Fermi-arced domains coexist.

These domains are created by the quantum-fluctuated antiferromagnetic correlation that generates the short-ranged attractive potential to produce the Fermi arcs and the by: 1. Although the BCS theory assumed the s-wave superconductivity induced by the electron-phonon coupling, the unconventional non-s-wave superconductivity occurs through the Coulomb interactions in.

In this article we review essential natures of superconductivity in strongly correlated electron systems (SCES) from a universal point of view. First we summarize experimental results on SCES by focusing on typical materials such as cuprates, BEDT-TTF organic superconductors.

In general, such exotic superconductivity can be seen as correlated electron systems, where there are strong interplays among charge, spin, orbital, and lattice degrees of freedom. Thus, we focus on the exotic superconductivity in materials with correlated electrons in the present special issue.

Keywords: superconductivity, magnetism, metal-insulator transition, strong correlations, electron-electron interactions Strongly correlated materials are profoundly affected by the repulsive electron-electron interaction.

This stands in contrast to many commonly used materials such as silicon and aluminum, whoseCited by: In this article we review essential natures of superconductivity in strongly correlated electron systems (SCES) from a universal point of view.

First we summarize experimental results on SCES by focusing on typical materials such as cuprates, BEDT-TTF organic superconductors, and ruthenate Sr 2 RuO 4. Strongly Correlated Electron Systems Near Criticality: From Nodal Semimetals to High-Temperature Superconductors by Philipp Dumitrescu Doctor of Philosophy in Physics University of California, Berkeley Professor Ashvin Vishwanath, Chair In this thesis, we will study aspects of two phases close to criticality arising in solid state systems with.

We present recent theoretical results on superconductivity in correlated-electron systems, especially in the two-dimensional Hubbard model and the three-band d-p model.

The mechanism of superconductivity in high-temperature superconductors has been extensively studied on the basis of various electronic models and also electron-phonon models.

In this study, we investigate the Cited by:   The Editorial Board for Reports on Progress in Physics (ROPP) is delighted to announce the publication of a special, focused, issue on 'strongly correlated electron systems' or 'SCES' containing mini review articles or 'Report on Progress' aimed at collectively surveying the status of the field.

Strongly correlated electron matter is seen in over 40 classes of materials (including the Cited by: 6. High-temperature superconductivity in doped Mott insulators such as the cuprates contradicts the conventional wisdom that electron repulsion is detrimental to superconductivity.

Because doped fullerene conductors are also strongly correlated, the recent discovery of high-critical-temperature, presumably s -wave, superconductivity in C60 field effect devices is even more by: