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    Experimentelle Physik IV

    Electronic structure of strongly correlated electron systems

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    Monika Seifer

    Room: E-142
    Phone: +49 931 31-85870
    Fax: +49 931 31-84921
    sekr-ep4@physik.uni-wuerzburg.de

    News

    10/2018 Julian Aulbach successfully defended his PhD thesis. Congratulations Dr. Aulbach!

    09/2018 Daisuke Shiga, a PhD student of Prof. Kumigashira, joined as guest student from Tohoku University, Japan.

    09/2018 Jonas Gehrig finished his bachelor thesis on Ferromagnetic Mott insulator YTiO3. Congratulations!


    Recent Publications

    05/2018 "Living-dead" magnetic layers in DyTiO3 in cooperation with the Bibes group in Paris (Adv. Mat.)

    05/2018 Resonant x-ray reflectometry of quantum materials (Phys. Rev. B)

    Research

    Nanophysics at surfaces

    The research activities of our group are concerned with the physics of low-dimensional systems, where the electron states resulting from dimensional confinement lead to unusual conduction properties and to phase transitions as a function of temperature.

    Oxide interfaces

    Our group focusses on the electronic structure of correlated systems in transition metal oxides (TMOs). Special interest lies in the interplay of different degrees of freedom (charge, spin, orbital, lattice) in the light of metal-insulator and other phase transitions.

    Neutron and resonant X-ray spectroscopy

    In our group we investigate complex, functional materials such as transition metal oxides, which are used in the emerging field of correlated nanoelectronics. Unlike with conventional semiconductors, exotic superconducting, orbital and magnetic states can be realized at the interfaces in layered structures comprising such materials.

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    Lehrstuhl für Experimentelle Physik IV
    Am Hubland
    97074 Würzburg

    Phone: +49 931 31-89726
    Fax: +49 931 31-84921
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