Novel Phenomena in Strongly Correlated Systems

From QCLab
  • Speaker: Prof. Moon, Eun-Gook (KAIST)
  • Date: Tuesday November 22, 2016

Fathoming correlated electron systems is one of the cutting edge areas in modern condensed matter physics. Interplay between many electrons provides a new route to access novel phases and their applications in so-called quantum materials. In this talk, we discuss theoretical approach to understand novel phenomena in strongly correlated systems. Application to real materials and current status in experiments are also discussed.