Workshop on Strongly Correlated Electron Materials

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Rationale:

Recently, several novel experimental probes have been developed that allow unprecedented level of precision in measuring the electronic properties of materials. These probes in particular include the resonant inelastic x-ray scattering (RIXS) and spin-resolved ARPES (ARPES stands for angular resolved photoemission spectroscopy). These techniques are especially powerful in elucidating the spin-dependent magnetic properties of strongly correlated materials and provide complementary information to the conventional methods such as neutron spectroscopy. The rational for this workshop is to bring together leading experts in these different methods, as well as theoreticians, united by the common interest in strongly correlated electron materials.

Scope:

The spectrum of strongly correlated electron materials is very broad. While we will place particular emphasis on the 3d- and 4f-based materials, we intend to cover a variety of strongly correlated systems with the aim of achieving cross-talk among the different communities.

The workshop will revolve around four topical areas:

  • methodological advances in spectroscopic techniques
  • quantum magnets, including the effects of frustration
  • superconductivity in bad metals near magnetism
  • synthesis and characterization of novel materials

Speakers: Click Here to Download the Abstracts

  • Meigan Aronson (Texas A&M)
  • Cristian Batista (LANL)
  • Anna Boehmer (Iowa State)
  • Collin Broholm (Johns Hopkins)
  • Amalia Coldea (Oxford)
  • Onur Erten (Rutgers)
  • Young-June Kim (University of Toronto)
  • Dunghai Lee (UC-Berkeley)
  • Adriana Moreo (Tennessee)
  • Satoru Nakatsuji (U. Tokyo) 
  • Andriy Nevidomskyy (Rice University)
  • Philip Phillips (UIUC)
  • Filip Ronning (LANL)
  • Yu Song (Rice University)
  • Tomo Uemura (Columbia)
  • Ming Yi (Berkeley)
  • Rong Yu (Renmin Univ.)
  • Huiqiu Yuan (Zhejiang University)
  • Jianxin Zhu (Los Alamos)

 

Format:

The workshop will tentatively last 2 full days, incorporating 30min invited speaker slots as well as two poster sessions. We plan to have several discussion sessions throughout the program.

Organizers:

Pengcheng Dai, (Professor, Rice University, pdai@rice.edu), Emilia Morosan (Professor, Rice University, emorosan@rice.edu) , Andriy Nevidomskyy (Assistant Professor, Rice University, nevidomskyy@rice.edu), Qimiao Si (Professor, Rice University, qmsi@rice.edu

For questions on the scientific program, please contact one of the organizers

For accommodation and related questions, please contact Ginny Whitaker  

 

This event is sponsored by the Moore Foundation, the Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter (ICAM) and the National Science Foundation

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When?

Fri, Nov. 20 - Sat, Nov. 21, 2015

Where?

Duncan Hall - McMurtry Auditorium
Duncan Hall, Rice University
Houston, Texas 77005
United States