Personal tools
/ Departmental Items / Physics Colloquium / Visualizing Complex Electronic Quantum Matter

Visualizing Complex Electronic Quantum Matter

— filed under: ,
Date and time Nov 16, 2006
from 04:10 PM to 05:00 PM
Location McLennan Physics (MP) 102
Host Arun Paramekanti

J.C. Davis, Cornell University

Davis images

I will describe recent developments in low temperature ‘spectroscopic imaging’ techniques using scanning tunneling microscopy. These developments allow us to visualize complex electronic quantum matter directly at the atomic scale. As an example, we will visually explore the strange and beautiful nanoscale electronic structure of high temperature superconductors. Our group has made several recent discoveries in these materials –– observation of the pairing gap and its modulations, quantum interference patterns around impurity atoms, and modulations in the core of superconducting vortices –– that I will discuss in this talk.

Multimedia

MP3 recording of talk

More information about this event…

Contact Name Arun Paramekanti
Document Actions