Dr. Matteo d’Astuto assigned to IIR as Specially Appointed Associate Professor
From left, Dr. Koyama(IIR Director-General), Dr. Matteo d’Astuto, Dr. Takafumi Yamamoto
＜Field of Specialization＞
Solid state physics, Electron-phonon coupling in superconducting materials, Spin-waves in superconductors close to magnetic instabilities, Magnetism under high pressure, Phonon and magnon dispersion and anomalies
＜Brief introduction of collaborative research and aims at WRHI＞
We will study the electronic and vibrational structure of oxychlorides, as model of high temperature cuprate superconductors, using Angle Resolved Photoelectron Emission Spectroscopy (ARPES), in order to compare with novel prediction made using recently developed numerical approaches for strongly correlated electron systems, in order to unveil their puzzling electronic state.
Dr. Masaki Azuma(Professor, Laboratory for Materials and Structures, Institute of Innovative Research, Tokyo Tech)