How do collective interactions emerge Superconducting and ferroic systems at the nanoscale


at Special seminar

Mon, 01 Dec 2014, 9:00


This is a correction to the previous e mail The seminar is INSTEAD of the CM theory seminar and not in 11:30 Abstract: Understanding the competition between order and disorder in nature is a major task in physics Such competition conveniently exists in disordered systems that exhibit a phase transition which is accompanied by a sudden emergence of ordered collective interactions of the participating particles Hence realising the onset of b collectivenessb in such systems mainly in the solid state has become an important goal by itself In particular the nanoscale behaviour of superconductors and ferroics serves as an elegant platfor

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