Emergence involving correlations between d and f electrons in materials (namely eletctron strongly correlated materials) induces a staggering variety of novel phenomena, such as, ferromagnetism, antiferromagnetism, unconventional and high-temperature superconductivity, charge- and orbital-density waves, electronic phase separation, stripes, ferroelectricity, colossal magneto-resistance and magneto-capacitance.
- Sci. Thrust Areas: Metals Under Extreme Environments, Superconducting, Electronic & Magnetic Materials
- Technology Task Force Teams: Extreme P-T Devices, Electromagnetic Probes, Neutrons
- HPSynC: Yang Ding
- Other Collaborators: Chang Jun, Argonne National Laboratory, Daniel Haskel, Argonne National Laboratory, John Mitchell, Argonne National Laboratory, Michel A. Van Veenendaal, Argonne National Laboratory
• The UT Austin outreach was conducted Thursday June 23, 2011 and Tuesday July 5, 2011 in collaboration with Mary Miller and her intern Sara Jeanes of the UTeach program at the University of Texas- Austin. The UTeach program focuses on preparing undergraduates at UT-Austin to teach secondary science courses such as chemistry, biology, geology, and computer science.