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Maniv, Eran

Maniv, Eran
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We are building a Quantum Materials Laboratory which is focusing on creating exotic condensed matter systems. Our synthesis laboratory includes various inorganic growth techniques (flux, solid-state, chemical vapor transport, ect...) enabling a versatile approach for designing new material physics. Complementary to the synthesis is our measurement and fabrication laboratory which includes crystallographic, thermodynamic and transport capabilities. We are interested in highly correlated electron systems such as: unconventional/topological superconductors, topological magnets, frustrated spintronic devices and more. To achieve our goal we have the ability to design and fabricate nano/micro structures using electron beam lithography and focused ion beam machining. Together with our low-temperature/high-field capabilities we are searching for new and exciting states of matter.

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  1. Maksimovic, N. and Eilbott, D.H. and Cookmeyer, T. and Wan, F. and Rusz, J. and Nagarajan, V. and Haley, S.C. and Maniv, E. and Gong, A. and Faubel, S. and Hayes, I.M. and Bangura, A. and Singleton, J. and Palmstrom, J.C. and Winter, L. and Mcdonald, R. and Jang, S. and Ai, P. and Lin, Y. and Ciocys, S. and Gobbo, J. and Werman, Y. and Oppeneer, P.M. and Altman, E. and Lanzara, A. and Analytis, J.G., "Evidence For A Delocalization Quantum Phase Transition Without Symmetry Breaking In CeCoIn<Sub>5</Sub>", Science 375, 76-81 (2022)