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Research Interests/Areas: N. Peter Armitage is a condensed matter physicist experimenting with 'optical' techniques to investigate complexed condensed matter systems. His curent main interest includes the exotic electron states of matter at low temperatures. Other areas of interest include biological physics, nanostructures, physical chemistry, and quantum optics.
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Research Interests/Areas: Collin Broholm explores strongly correlated condensed matter using neutron scattering techniques. He studies quantum disordered phases in one dimension, and frustrated quantum magnetism in two and three dimenions. He is interested in systems with linked degrees of freedom such as strongly correlated magnetic superconductors and multiferroic materials.
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Research Interests/Areas: Robert Cava's research group searches for and creates new compounds, grows crystals, determines their crystal structures, and characterizes their electrical and magnetic properties. Areas of interest include new superconductors, dielectric, thermoelectric, magnetoresistant, frustrated magnets, and transparent conducting materials.
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Research Interests/Areas: Tyrel M. McQueen is an Associate Professor of Chemistry focusing on structure-function relationships of chemical compounds for basic science and energy applications, with a particular emphasis on designing and discovering new materials with macroscopic, emergent quantum states of matter. He works with the Department of Physics and Astronomy and the IQM on how and why some strongly correlation systems exhibit superconductivity, as well as providing chemical insight for the activities of the crystal growth center.
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Research Interests/Areas: Predrag Nikolic is a condensed matter theorist interested in strongly correlated electrons and ultra-cold atoms. His work is focused on trying to understand the unconventional phases and phase transitions of many-body quantum systems, especially the universal phenomena which do not depend on microscopic details and hence occur in a variety of different physical environments. The subjects of his research are ultra-cold atoms in the unitarity regime, high-temperature uperconductors (cuprates and iron-based), topological insulators, quantum Hall effect, and frustrated quantum magnets.
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Research Interests/Areas: Oleg Tchernyshyov's interests lie in the area of magnetism and magnetic materials. He works on a variety of systems ranging from geometrically frustrated ferromagnets to magnets on the nanoscale and artificial magnetic arrays. These diverse systems are unified by a common theme: dynamics of magnetization is often mediated by nontrivial magnetic textures known as topological defects: vortices, skyrmions and spinons to name a few.
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Research Interests/Areas: Ari Turner's research interests center on superfluidity and magnetism in ultracold atoms and topological phases in solids. Two subjects he's particularly interested in are: applying entanglement to find ground state properties of quantum systems, and investigating the dynamics of cold atomic gases and electronic surface states in order to illuminate the relationships between quantum fluctuations and thermalization.