Manipulating superconductivity in ruthenates through Fermi surface engineering

@article{Hsu2016ManipulatingSI,
  title={Manipulating superconductivity in ruthenates through Fermi surface engineering},
  author={Yi-Ting Hsu and W. Cho and Bulat Burganov and C. Adamo and A. R{\'e}bola and K. Shen and D. Schlom and C. Fennie and E. Kim},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2016},
  volume={94},
  pages={045118}
}
  • Yi-Ting Hsu, W. Cho, +6 authors E. Kim
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • Physical Review B
  • The key challenge in superconductivity research is to go beyond the historical mode of discovery-driven research. We put forth a new strategy, which is to combine theoretical developments in the weak-coupling renormalization-group approach with the experimental developments in lattice-strain-driven Fermi surface engineering. For concreteness we theoretically investigate how superconducting tendencies will be affected by strain engineering of ruthenates' Fermi surface. We first demonstrate that… CONTINUE READING

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