Bernhard Edegger

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The notion of a Fermi surface (FS) is one of the most ingenious concepts developed by solid-state physicists during the past century. It plays a central role in our understanding of interacting electron systems. Extraordinary efforts have been undertaken, by both experiment and theory, to reveal the FS of the high-temperature superconductors, the most(More)
We study the electronic structure of a strongly correlated d-wave superconducting state. Combining a renormalized mean field theory with direct calculation of matrix elements, we obtain explicit analytical results for the nodal Fermi velocity upsilon(F), the Fermi wave vector k(F), and the momentum distribution n(k) as a function of hole doping in a(More)
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