Equipe de recherche au CPHT : Matière condensée

Thèmes de recherche

My main research interest is in the strongly correlated electron systems. They form one of the most active fields in condensed matter physics due to the number of interesting phenomena observed experimentally and predicted theoretically in them. In my work I have studied both simplified models and real materials, by mainly using two methods, the Dynamical Mean-Field Theory (DMFT) and the Slave Spins Mean-Field (SSMF). During my PhD I focused on the class of Hund metals (multi-orbital systems where the Hund's coupling plays a predominant role), exploring their rich phase diagram. Moreover, I have worked on transport calculations for various models and realistic simulations. Currently I am interested in exploring non-local effects on different strongly correlated systems and in particular on the Hund metal physics.



Title: "Charge instabilities, Mott transition and transport in Hund metals" Advisor: Prof. Luca de' Medici
University: ESPCI Paris, PSL
Defense date: 13/07/2021


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