Clark Atlanta University’s Center for Theoretical Studies of Physical Systems conducts unique research into strongly correlated Fermi systems.
The theory of fermion condensation offers an unexpectedly simple and reliable description of strongly correlated Fermi systems, which is the central theme of this eBook by Clark Atlanta University’s Center for Theoretical Studies of Physical Systems (CTSPS).
Strongly correlated Fermi systems have received attention from modern fundamental physics. These systems are represented by high-temperature superconductors, heavy-fermion (HF) metals and quantum spin liquids (QSL) as well as systems such as two-dimensional (2D) 3He and quasicrystals. The behaviour of strongly correlated Fermi systems, not describable within the LFL standard picture, still requires theoretical explanation.
Directed by Alfred Msezane, PhD, CTSPS‘s major objective is to carry out pioneering research through dynamic clustering of researchers in the areas of atomic and molecular theory, condensed matter/materials theory, mathematical physics/applied mathematics etc. and elevate Clark Atlanta University’s research capacity.
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In this eBook, Clark Atlanta University’s Center for Theoretical Studies of Physical Systems discuss:
- Flat bands;
- Violation of time-reversal and particle-antiparticle symmetries; and
- Experimental confirmation of FC theory
About the author
Alfred Msezane, PhD, is a Professor of Physics and Founding Director of The Center for Theoretical Studies of Physical Systems, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (London, UK), Institute of Physics (London, UK), American Physical Society and Life Member, National Society of Black Physicists, and American Association for the Advancement of Science.
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CTSPS specialises in theoretical and mathematical physics, applied mathematics, atomic and molecular theory, condensed matter/materials theory, quantum physics, molecular dynamics/molecular modelling and wavelet analysis. However, Clark Atlanta University’s research interests span almost all areas of science and technology.
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