Condensed Matter Theory Group

Disordered Superconductors

Yigal Meir

The emergence of percolating current carrying trajectories in a disordered superconductor

In superconductors electrons can flow without any resistance. In reduced dimensions, superconductivity is highly influenced by geometry and disorder, in a way which is very different than the expectations from the standard BCS theory of superconductivity. We investigate the interplay of geometry, disorder and superconductivity, in order to explain numerous intriguing experimental observations, and to predict novel phenomena.