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

by Yachin Ivry

at Special seminar

Wed, 03 Dec 2014, 13:30


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 platform for at last addressing the order disorder competition directly Moreover realisation of the underlying mechanism of these

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