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The research within the Strongly Correlated Systems group focuses on the fundamental physics of high temperature superconductors, magnetic materials, Topological insulators, Kondo and heavy Fermion compounds.

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The main research activity of the group is presently focused on high temperature superconductivity, Topological insulators and related materials as well as development of new spectroscopic tools. During the last few years we have published several articles within this field.
Previously we have also participated in the development of soft X-ray angle resolved photoemission at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) and more recently in the development of a new high resolution beam line for spin and angle resolved work at the Swedish synchrotron Max III. At present, we are commissioning BALTAZAR a world class facility for laser based angle-resolving photoelectron spectroscopy.

The image shows ARPES data of from the topological insulator Bi2Se3. Note the helical Dirac Fermions with linear dispersion. Data taken at the I3 beamline of Max III.
Page responsible:Oscar Tjernberg
Belongs to: Materials and Nanophysics
Last changed: Feb 27, 2019