SNS 2019

Tokyo, Japan

Spectroscopies in Novel Superconductors

Leading experts in spectroscopy, transport, materials, and theory will meet to address current issues in the frontier of superconductivity research. Highlights to be discussed include the pairing mechanisms of cuprates, ruthenates, iridates, iron compounds, heavy-fermion systems, organic compounds, and low-dimensional materials; interplay between superconductivity and competing orders; topological superconductivity; superconductivity in 2D materials, at surfaces, and interfaces; non-equilibrium superconductivity and its dynamical control; experiments under extreme conditions; new experimental methods; and the design and discovery of novel superconductors with higher transition temperatures.

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