Other Petter Säterskog, "Boson dominated quantum critical metals at Lorentz symmetry point"
14-07-2020 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm Add to iCal
Campus Solna Biomedicum Room A0412, Solnavägen 9, Karolinska Institutet
Seminar with Petter Säterskog at July 14th, 13:45.
Petter will tell us about electric superconductivity is a phenomenon with many applications, for example transporting energy from solar panels in the Sahara to Sweden with negligible loss. Unfortunately, superconductivity occurs at temperatures that are too low for most practical applications. Practical applications could become reality if superconductivity happened at higher temperatures. High-temperature superconductivity could be achieved thanks to a phenomenon called 'metallic quantum criticality', which Petter will tell us about.
Jean Hausser Assistant professor