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Institutsleitung
Prof. Dr. Matthieu Le Tacon
Adresse
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
 Institut für  Festkörperphysik
 Hermann-v.-Helmholtz-Platz 1
 D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
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Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
 Institut für Festkörperphysik
 Postfach 3640
 D-76021 Karlsruhe
Telefon0721608-26751
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IFP-Seminar

Mittwoch,   11:00    /     Colloquiumsraum des IFP, Gebäude 425, Raum 206, I. OG
Datum Beginn Sprecher & Vortragsthema

06.09.2017

11:00

Bastien Michon
Neel Institut, Grenoble
Thermal conductivity and specific heat studies of the pseudogap critical point of cuprates

24.07.2017

14:00
Monday!

Ming Yi
Department of Physics, University of California, Berkeley USA
Emergent Electronic Orders in Iron-Based Superconductor

17.07.2017

14:00
Monday!

Martin Weides
Institute of Physics (PHI), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and Institute of Physics, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Resonant or Josephson Junction Circuits from Non-Conventional Superconductors?

31.05.2017

11:00

Prof. Dr. Omar De la Peña-Seaman
Institute of Physics (IFUAP), Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (BUAP), Puebla, México
Spin-polarization influence on lattice dynamics and electron-phonon coupling in Mn1-xFexSi

15.05.2017

14:00

Dr. Gao Shang
Paul Scherrer Institut , Villigen, Schweiz
Neutron scattering investigation of the spin correlations in frustrated spinels

27.04.2017

11:00

Dr. A.E. Böhmer
Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University, USA
FeSe under pressure and Ca(Fe1-xCox)2As2 under biaxial strain

24.04.2017

11:00

Dr. Amir A. Haghighirad
Clarendon Laboratory, Department of Physics University of Oxford, UK
Novel Materials as the Driver of New Science

20.04.2017

11:00

Dr. Andreas Erb
Kristalllabor der Fakultät für Physik, Technische Universität München
Single crystal growth of various oxide materials for basic research and applications

19.04.2017

11:00

Seunghyun Khim
Max-Planck-Institut, Dresden
Strongly correlated 122 arsenides: AFe2As2 (A=K, Rb, and Cs) superconductors and a new Kondo-lattice CeT2As2 (T=Rh and Ir) system

27.03.2017

11:00

Dr. Fabian O. von Rohr
Department of Chemistry, Princeton University, USA
Chemistry of New Compounds with Complex Electronic Properties

15.03.2017

11:00

Dr. Darren Peets
Fudan University Shanghai, China
Armchair-kagome Mn2Sb2O7

08.02.2017

11:00
IKP Bau 401 Raum 410

Dr. Natalija van Well
Paul Scherrer Institute, Schweiz
Materials with tuneable quantum critical behaviour

26.01.2017

11:00

Christoph Wetli
ETH Zürich, Schweiz
Coherent Emergence of a Strongly Correlated Groundstate in a Quantum Critical Heavy Fermion System

14.12.2016

11:00

Dr. Leslie Schoop
Max-Planck-Institut für Festkörperforschung Stuttgart
Dirac Semimetals from a Chemist's perspective

In this talk I will discuss the recent progress of research in the field of Dirac materials. I will discuss the challenges this field is still facing and introduce a materials chemist's view on identifying new candidate materials.

3D Dirac materials (3D DMs) are materials that have the same electronic structure as graphene, i.e. they host mass-less electrons that behave like photons rather than usual electrons. They can be identified from their electronic structure that features linearly dispersed bands that cross at a single point, called a Dirac point. Recently, there has been considerable interest in these materials because they exhibit exotic physical properties such as ultra-high mobilities, as well as very large magnetoresistance (MR). These make 3D DMs promising for different applications, for example in electronics or data storage.

Furthermore, 3D DMs are of interest for fundamental physics. The discovery of the Weyl fermion in Dirac materials with broken inversion symmetry last year was a milestone for particle physics realized in a solid material.

In order to use 3D DMs for any kind of applications, new better materials are required. I will introduce the first stable, cheap and non-toxic 3D DSM, which is currently the best candidate material for future applications.

Further, compounds that crystallize in non-symmorphic space groups recently gained a lot of attention from theoretical physicists. In space groups that are non-symmorphic, the glide planes or screw axis cause a doubling of the unit cell. This leads to a folding BZ and causes the bands to be degenerate at the BZ boundaries and can thus yield Dirac cones. A very recent prediction suggested that non-symmorphic symmetry can also lead to types of fermions that are distinct form Dirac, Weyl or Majorana. These exotic new quasiparticles have yet to be discovered. Problematic for realizing these types of Dirac materials is that they require and odd band filling in order to have the Fermi level located at or near the band crossing points. I will show how we used chemical concepts to experimentally verify a fourfold degenerate point at the Fermi level.

30.11.2016

11:00

Prof. Dr. Jörg Fink
Leibniz-Institut für Festkörper- und Werkstoffforschung Dresden
Non-Fermi-liquid behavior, Lifshitz transitions, and Hund's metal behavior iron-based superconductors from ARPES

26.10.2016

11:00

Dr. Leonard F. Henrichs
Institute of Applied Geosciences, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Multiferroic clusters: a new perspective for relaxor-type room-temperature multiferroics

12.09.2016

11:00

Constance Toulouse
Universite Paris Diderot
Raman investigation on multiferroics: magnetic structure of BiFeO3 films under epitaxial strain and origin of the ferroelectric symmetry breaking in the iron langasite Ba3NbFe3Si2O14

07.09.2016

11:00

SEN Kaushik
Universität Freiburg
Magnetic Proximity Effect in Oxide-Based Superconductor/Ferromagnet and Supercon-ductor/Antiferromagnet Heterostructures

14.07.2016

11:00

Dr. Vladimir N. Strocov
Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Schweiz
Soft-X-ray ARPES: k-resolved electronic structure of 3D materials, buried interfaces and impurities

06.07.2016

11:00

Mohamed Naji
European Commission, Joint Research Centre Institute for Transuranium Elements, Karlsruhe
Raman scattering and materials under extreme conditions of temperature and irradiation

15.06.2016

11:00

Prof. Dr. Bernhard Holzapfel
Institut für Technische Physik, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Superconducting materials for energy and magnet applications

25.05.2016

11:00

Prof. Dr. Catherine Pappas
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
From the Helical to the Skyrmion Lattice Phases: A Neutron Spin Echo Study in MnSi

02.05.2016

11:00

Dr. Igor Mazin
Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
Conventional high temperature superconductivity: from A15 to MgB2 to H3S

27.04.2016

11:00

Steffen Backes
Institut für Theoretische Physik, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
The LDA+DMFT method and manifestation of electronic correlations in iron-pnictide superconductors

15.03.2016

11:00

Stephan Rosenkranz
Materials Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne
Emergence of coherence in the charge density wave state of intercalated 2H-NbSe<sub>2

03.02.2016

11:00

Prof. Dr. Michael Sing
Universität Würzburg
Photoemission of 2D electron systems at SrTiO3-based interfaces and surfaces

27.01.2016

11:00

Dr. Matteo Calandra
CNRS Universite P. et M. Curie, Paris
Charge density wave and superconductivity in Transition Metal Dichalcogenides: the key role of anharmonicity

20.01.2016

11:00

Prof. Thilo Kopp
Universität Augsburg
Magnetism and superconductivity at LaAlO3/SrTiO3 interfaces

13.01.2016

11:00

Cornelia Hintze
Institut für Festkörperphysik, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Recent Insights in La1-xSrxMnO3 Research with a focus on thin films and nanoparticles

16.12.2015

11:00

Dr. Svetoslav Stankov
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Institute for Photon Science and Synchrotron
Phonons in rare-earth nanoscale materials

10.12.2015

11:00

Dr. Bridget Murphy
Ruprecht Haensel Laboratory, University of Kiel, Germany
From Liquid to Solids Growth and Dynamics:
A tale of two interfaces

09.12.2015

11:00

David LeBoeuf
Laboratoire National de Champs Magnetiques Intenses, CNRS, Grenoble
Charge order in underdoped cuprates



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Gemeinsames TKM/TFP-Seminar über Theoretische Festkörperphysik
Montag 14:00 Raum 10.01, Gebäude 30.23 (Physihochhaus), Campus Süd
   
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