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.
Superconductivity with half quantum vortices and two channel Kondo physics
26 April 2019, 2.00 PM
Exploiting X-ray Free Electron Lasers (XFELs) for Extreme Conditions Science
3 May 2019, 2.00 PM
Discovery and Exploration of the Cuprate Pair Density Wave State
31 May 2019, 2.00 PM
- Open Research Associate Position 11 September 2017
- Tom Croft receives IOP Superconductivity Group Thesis Prize 11 September 2017
- Quantum Tricritical Points 11 September 2017
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.