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Density functional theory shows Ti-V alloys’ superconductivity is inherent, not accidental
03 July, 2014
Research shows that all of the Ti-V alloys could display a relatively high superconducting transition temperature. It is deduced that spin fluctuations are reflected in the properties of the normal state of electrons. They therefore influence the superconductivity of the alloys in a similar way to that observed in high-temperature oxide and iron-based superconductors; as such, the influence of spin fluctuations on superconductivity is not necessarily confined to certain classes of exotic compounds, as previously thought.
2008 Julius Springer Prize for Applied Physics won by research into nanoscale carbon materials research
01 October, 2008
Dr Phaedon Avouris of IBM and Professor Tony Heinz of Columbia University were presented with the 2008 Julius Springer Prize for Applied Physics on 27 September 2008 during a day-long forum at Harvard University, attended by luminaries of the field. The Julius Springer Prize for Applied Physics recognises researchers who have made an outstanding and innovative contribution to the field of applied physics. The forum was sponsored by the scientific publisher Springer.
 
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