1996 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Condensed matter physics, Superconductivity, Neutron scattering, Cuprate and Inelastic neutron scattering. As part of his studies on Condensed matter physics, Bernhard Keimer often connects relevant areas like Scattering. His Superconductivity research includes themes of Copper oxide, Excitation and Magnetization.
His Neutron scattering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Spectral line, Spin wave, Spin and Neutron diffraction. His Cuprate research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Liquid crystal, Spin density wave and State of matter. His Inelastic neutron scattering research incorporates elements of Magnetic structure, Hamiltonian and Particle physics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Condensed matter physics, Superconductivity, Cuprate, Scattering and Antiferromagnetism. His Condensed matter physics research integrates issues from Inelastic neutron scattering and Neutron scattering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Charge, Excitation and Magnetic field in addition to Superconductivity.
His research in Cuprate intersects with topics in Charge density wave and Fermi surface. His Scattering research includes themes of Charge ordering and X-ray. The concepts of his Antiferromagnetism study are interwoven with issues in Magnon, Spin wave, Ferromagnetism and Neutron diffraction.
Bernhard Keimer focuses on Condensed matter physics, Superconductivity, Cuprate, Scattering and Thin film. His Condensed matter physics study combines topics in areas such as Charge and Energy. Bernhard Keimer combines subjects such as Magnetic field and Superlattice with his study of Superconductivity.
His study in Cuprate is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Crystallography, Molecular beam epitaxy and Terahertz spectroscopy and technology. His studies deal with areas such as Magnetism, X-ray, Electron and Spin wave as well as Scattering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Oxide, Epitaxy, Physical chemistry, Analytical chemistry and Substrate.
Bernhard Keimer mostly deals with Condensed matter physics, Superconductivity, Antiferromagnetism, Scattering and Cuprate. Bernhard Keimer has included themes like Thin film and Molecular beam epitaxy in his Condensed matter physics study. His Superconductivity research incorporates themes from Charge, Magnetic field and Superlattice.
His Superlattice study incorporates themes from Charge ordering and Doping. His Antiferromagnetism study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Crystallography, Energy, Raman spectroscopy and Coupling. Bernhard Keimer interconnects Magnetism, Electron and Spin in the investigation of issues within Scattering.
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Emergent phenomena at oxide interfaces
H. Y. Hwang;Y. Iwasa;M. Kawasaki;B. Keimer.
Nature Materials (2012)
From quantum matter to high-temperature superconductivity in copper oxides
B. Keimer;S. A. Kivelson;M. R. Norman;S. Uchida.
Long-range incommensurate charge fluctuations in (y,nd)ba2cu3o6+x
G. Ghiringhelli;M. Le Tacon;M. Minola;S. Blanco-Canosa.
Charge Order Driven by Fermi-Arc Instability in Bi2Sr2−xLaxCuO6+δ
R. Comin;A. Frano;A. Frano;Michael Manchun Yee;Y. Yoshida.
An X-ray-induced insulator–metal transition in a magnetoresistive manganite
V. Kiryukhin;D. Casa;J. P. Hill;B. Keimer.
Electronic liquid crystal state in the high-temperature superconductor YBa2Cu3O6.45.
V. Hinkov;D. Haug;B. Fauqué;P. Bourges.
Orbital Reconstruction and Covalent Bonding at an Oxide Interface
J. Chakhalian;J. Chakhalian;J. W. Freeland;H.-U. Habermeier;G. Cristiani.
Neutron scattering from magnetic excitations in Bi 2 Sr 2 CaCu 2 O 8+δ
H. F. Fong;P. Bourges;Y. Sidis;L. P. Regnault.
Phonon and magnetic neutron scattering at 41 meV in YBa2Cu3O7.
Hung Fai Fong;B. Keimer;P. W. Anderson;D. Reznik.
Physical Review Letters (1995)
Magnetism at the interface between ferromagnetic and superconducting oxides
J. Chakhalian;J. Chakhalian;J. W. Freeland;G. Srajer;J. Strempfer.
Nature Physics (2006)
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