- Laboratory for Condensed Matter Physics (LCMP)
This is a laboratory that is works on experimental condensed matter physics on i)HiTc superconductors, ii)nano materials and iii)most importantly on sound velocity and internal friction measurements on metals and alloys.
Diffusion and defects in solids by hyperfine interaction methods
Research group at Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, USA, studying point defects and diffusion using hyperfine interaction methods, principally perturbed angular correlation of gamma rays.
Surface/Interface Theory Program
We perform theory and computation for experiments that determine the atomistic, electronic, magnetic, chemical and other properties of surfaces and interfaces, including nanostructures.
Case Liquid Crystals and Complex Fluids Group
Liquid crystal research at Case Western Reserve University. Includes tutorials on liquid crystals and liquid crystal devices.
Laboratoire de Physique de la Matière Condensée et Nanostructures
The Laboratory of Condensed Matter Physics and Nanostructures is a public research laboratory in France associated with the Physics and Mathematics Department of the CNRS and with the University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (Joint Research Laboratory N° 5586). Its objectives are to carry out fundamental and applied research, as well as teaching within the host University. the laboratory is still primarily concerned with the studies and developments of condensed matter, using experimental and theoretical tools, with a strong development towards low dimensionality systems involving new nanophysics and nanotechnology concepts. > The scientific organization falls into 4 research themes : - Theme I : Complex Liquids and Interfaces - Theme II : Nanostructured Materials - Theme III : Nanosources and Nanotechnologies - Theme IV : Theory and modelling
Website of Professor Sheldon Schultz, UCSD
Research interests: Negative intex metamaterials, metal nanoparticles, plasmon resonant nanoparticles for bio-med diagnostics, microwave spectroscopy, high-density magnetic storage, photonic bandgap structures.
Quantum physics laboratory
The laboratory is concerned about experimental research on superconductivity and other strongly correlated electronic systems. The laboratory has expertise in: - various transport measurements (electrical and thermal conductivities, Nernst and hall effects) at low temperature in a dilution fridge. - realization of quasi-particle and Josephson junctions tunneling devices and their studies - realization of ferromagnet/superconductors junctions and their studies. - AFM microscopy - SQUID (low voltage measurements) - NMR
Physics of Metals
Metallophysical research in Lviv National University (metals, films, compounds, alloy) and elsewhere.
Research interests include multiple phase transitions in piezoelectrics and superconductors.
Dedicated to coverage of all aspects of nanoscale science and technology from a multidisciplinary perspective.
National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Institute for Condensed Matter Physics.
Cluster Expansion Homepage
This site gives an introduction to a program package that enables to calculate zero temperature cluster expansions for various quantum lattice models. A special emphasis lies on the handling of the large number of clusters which is a complex combinatorical problem in itself.