Kiel Nano, Surface and Interface Science (KiNSIS)

Light-Induced phase transitions in strongly correlated systems (Prof. Fabrizio Carbone, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)

May 11, 2021

Portrait Fabrizio CarboneUltrashort light pulses offer the possibility to create coherent excitations in solids which evolution can alter the path taken by the material across a phase transition. This can lead to the discovery of exotic out of equilibrium states of matter, and it can provide a unique way to disentangle the different degrees of freedom involved in a phase transition. In this seminar, we will review some recent results obtained by means of ultrafast spectroscopies in strongly correlated systems with a focus on high- Ultrashort light pulses offer the possibility to create coherent excitations in solids which evolution can alter the path taken by the material across a phase transition. This can lead to the discovery of exotic out of equilibrium states of matter, and it can provide a unique way to disentangle the different degrees of freedom involved in a phase transition. In this seminar, we will review some recent results obtained by means of ultrafast spectroscopies in strongly correlated systems with a focus on high-temperature superconductors and the prototypical transition metal oxides magnetite and VO2.

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The talk is part of the "Physikalischen Kolloquium", everybody interested is cordially invited.

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