Multiple Speakers,
Tuesday, December 17, 2019 - 9:30am
Allen Hall

A group of students from the Taylor Allerdice High School will be visiting the University of Pittsburgh on December 17, 2019 to tour the Levy, Hatridge, Frolov, and Dutt labs in the Department of Physics and get a sneak peek of quantum mechanics in action!

Ashley Cook (UC Berkeley)
Ashley Cook is a postdoctoral researcher in condensed matter theory in the group of Prof. Joel Moore at UC Berkeley.
Talk location: CMU Spring 2020 Seminar
Ashley Cook
UC Berkeley
Mathias Scheurer (Harvard University)
Mathias Scheurer is a postdoctoral fellow working on theoretical condensed matter in Prof. Subir Sachdev's group at Harvard University.
Talk location: CMU Spring 2020 Seminar
Mathias Scheurer
Harvard University
Josephson Detection of Multiband Effects in Superconductors
The study of unconventional superconducting materials remains an active frontier of condensed matter physics. Exotic superconductivity, such as high T C , topological, and heavy-fermion superconductors, often rely on phase sensitive measurements to determine the underlying pairing and/or the nature of novel excitations. In this talk I will detail the use of Josephson effect to detect novel properties of two multiband superconducting systems: NbSe 2 [1] and SnTe [2]. Focus will primarily be given modification ...
Talk location: 321 Allen Hall Spring 2020 Seminar
James Williams
University of Maryland
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