Research in the Correlated Electron Systems (CES) Group at the University of Bristol focuses on trying to understand the basic physics behind a variety of unusual phenomena in metals, polymers, insulators and superconductors.
The group has developed world-leading expertise in a range of experimental probes to study the electronic structure of metals and superconductors and performs a significant number of measurements at experimental facilities overseas.
Design of Superconducting Fault Current Limiter
2 November 2018, 2.00 PM
Lifshitz transitions in strongly correlated metals
9 November 2018, 2.00 PM
Large positive magnetoresistance in a novel superconductor Ca3+xCo4Sn13-y
14 December 2018, 2.00 PM
- Quantum Tricritical Points 11 September 2017
- CES lecturers receive teaching prizes 11 September 2017
- European Magnetic Field Laboratories Prize awarded to Dr Carsten Putzke 14 December 2015
Our focus is on developing an understanding of how the interactions between electrons in solids give rise to phenomena such as high-temperature superconductivity and exotic forms of magnetism.