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610 Oct 2014
Dresden, Saxony, Germany
Registration deadline
Jun 20, 2014
J. Paul Attfield, James Hamlin, Peter Hirschfeld, Roser Valenti
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Ms. Claudia Poenisch
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems
Noethnitzer Str. 38


Pressure and Strain Effects in Correlated Electron Materials

Exotic phenomena in correlated electron materials, such as unconventional superconductivity,
Mott transitions, non-Fermi-liquid behavior, and quantum criticality, often depend on a balance
of competing interactions that can be studied by tuning pressure and strain.

Topics include

- Fe-based superconductors, cuprates, other oxides, heterostructures
- Effect of pressure on Tc in unconventional superconductors
- Tuning competing orders with pressure and strain
- Effect of uniaxial strain on low-dimensional systems
- Frustrated Mott insulators
- Understanding mechanical vs. chemical pressure
- Ab initio theories of pressure effects in correlated systems
- Modeling pressure and strain effects