New Challenges in Superconductivity: Experimental Advances and Emerging Theories

Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on New Challenges in Superconductivity: Experimental Advances and Emerging Theories Miami, Florida, U.S.A. 11–14 January 2004

  • J. Ashkenazi
  • Mikhail V. Eremin
  • Joshua L. Cohn
  • Ilya Eremin
  • Dirk Manske
  • Davor Pavuna
  • Fulin Zuo
Conference proceedings

Part of the NATO Science Series book series (NAII, volume 183)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Davor Pavuna, Mike Abrecht, Daniel Ariosa, Dominique Cloetta
    Pages 9-14
  3. N. E. Hussey, M. Abdel-Jawad, A. Carrington, A. P. Mackenzie, L. Balicas
    Pages 15-20
  4. A.F. Santander-Syro, R.P.S.M. Lobo, N. Bontemps
    Pages 21-26
  5. A. Zimmers, N. Bontemps, R.P.S.M. Lobo, C.P. Hill, M.C. Barr, R.L. Greene et al.
    Pages 27-30
  6. M. Oda, Y. Tanaka, A. Hashimoto, N. Momono, M. Ido
    Pages 31-36
  7. Dale R. Harshman, John D. Dow, W. J. Kossler, A. T. Fiory, A. J. Greer, D. R. Noakes et al.
    Pages 49-54
  8. L. P. Gor’kov, G. B. Teitel’baum
    Pages 55-62
  9. K. Kumagai1, K. Kakuyanagi, Y. Matsuda, M. Hasegawa
    Pages 63-68
  10. Raivo Stern, Ivo Heinmaa, Dmitriy A. Pavlov, Ingrid Bryntse
    Pages 69-72
  11. J. Jung, M. Abdelhadi
    Pages 79-84
  12. Felix Vidal, Manuel V. Ramallo, Gonzalo Ferro, Jose Antonio Veira
    Pages 85-90
  13. C.M. Varma
    Pages 105-115
  14. John D. Dow, Dale R. Harshman
    Pages 129-134
  15. T.A. Mamedov, M. de Llano
    Pages 135-138
  16. Carsten T. Rieck, Kurt Scharnberg, Simon Scheffler
    Pages 151-158
  17. D. Manske, I. Eremin, K.H. Bennemann
    Pages 165-176
  18. V.Z. Kresin, A. Bill, H. Morawitz
    Pages 213-217
  19. Kazunori Takada, Hiroya Sakurai, Eiji Takayama-Muromachi, Fujio Izumi, Ruben A. Dilanian, Takayoshi Sasaki
    Pages 225-230
  20. Maciej M. Maśka, Marcin Mierzejewski
    Pages 231-234
  21. J. Kunes, K.-W. Lee, W. E. Pickett
    Pages 235-242
  22. R.P.S.M. Lobo, M. Elsen, P. Monod, J.J. Tu, Eun-Mi Choi, Hyeong-Jin Kim et al.
    Pages 243-248
  23. Back Matter
    Pages 265-266

About these proceedings


This volume contains the proceedings of the 2004 University of Miami Workshop on Unconventional Superconductivity. The workshop was the fourth in a series of successful meetings on High-T Superconductivity and C related topics, which took place at the James L. Knight Physics Building on the University of Miami campus in Coral Gables, Florida, in January 1991, 1995, 1999, and 2004. The workshop consisted of two consecutive events: 1. NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) on New Challenges in Superconductivity: Experimental Advances and Emerging Theories, held on January 11-14, 2004; 2. Symposium on Emerging Mechanisms for High Temperature Superconductivity (SEMHTS), held on January 15-16, 2004. It is hard to write a balanced preface to a volume like this one, yet at least we try to offer the reader a taste of what was happening in this workshop. There were close to a hundred scientists from around the world, albeit fewer Russians than we had originally hoped for. Nevertheless, the workshop was very lively and we trust that this is demonstrated in this volume. The workshop included high-quality presentations on state of the art works, yet a key issue, discussed by many, was how homogeneous the cuprates are. STM data, as well as other reports, showed that the cuprate superconductors (SC’s) studied were inhomogeneous, especially in the underdoped regime; while experiments, like ARPES and magnetoresistance have established the existence of a Fermi Surface (FS), at least above some doping level, in the cuprates.


Doping HTS High-temperature superconductivity NMR Superconductor magnetism

Editors and affiliations

  • J. Ashkenazi
    • 1
  • Mikhail V. Eremin
    • 2
  • Joshua L. Cohn
    • 1
  • Ilya Eremin
    • 3
  • Dirk Manske
    • 4
  • Davor Pavuna
    • 5
  • Fulin Zuo
    • 1
  1. 1.University of MiamiUSA
  2. 2.Kazan State UniversityKazanRussian Federation
  3. 3.Freie Universität BerlinGermany
  4. 4.Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State ResearchStuttgartGermany
  5. 5.EPFL, Institute of Physics of Complex MatterLausanneSwitzerland

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