2014 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2014 - Fellow of the Materials Research Society
2013 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
2003 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For advancing our understanding of the materials science of high-field superconductors and for developing processing techniques that incorporate this knowledge.
David C. Larbalestier mostly deals with Condensed matter physics, Superconductivity, Critical field, Grain boundary and High-temperature superconductivity. The Condensed matter physics study combines topics in areas such as Thin film, Magnetization, Electrical resistivity and conductivity and Electrical conductor. David C. Larbalestier combines subjects such as Magnet, Current and Anisotropy with his study of Superconductivity.
His Critical field research includes themes of Oxypnictide, Paramagnetism and Transition temperature. His studies in Grain boundary integrate themes in fields like Mineralogy, Scanning electron microscope and Dislocation. His research in High-temperature superconductivity intersects with topics in Coherence length and Transmission electron microscopy.
His main research concerns Condensed matter physics, Superconductivity, Composite material, Grain boundary and Flux pinning. His studies in Condensed matter physics integrate themes in fields like Electrical resistivity and conductivity and Magnetization. His Superconductivity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electrical conductor, Microstructure and Magnet.
His Grain boundary research incorporates elements of Niobium, Grain size and Crystallite. His Flux pinning research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Titanium alloy and Type-II superconductor. The concepts of his Critical field study are interwoven with issues in Thin film and Anisotropy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Superconductivity, Condensed matter physics, Magnet, Composite material and Conductor. His Superconductivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Thin film, Microstructure and Engineering physics. His studies deal with areas such as Anisotropy, Grain boundary and Crystallite as well as Condensed matter physics.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nuclear engineering, Stress and Electromagnetic coil. David C. Larbalestier combines subjects such as Critical current and Leakage with his study of Composite material. His Conductor study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Tin, Electrical conductor, Solenoid, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Intrinsic and extrinsic properties.
Superconductivity, Condensed matter physics, Magnet, Composite material and Conductor are his primary areas of study. His work on Superconducting magnet and Flux pinning as part of his general Superconductivity study is frequently connected to Trapping, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Condensed matter physics research integrates issues from Vortex, Grain boundary and Anisotropy.
His Magnet research includes themes of Perpendicular, Hysteresis, Electromagnetic coil, Large Hadron Collider and Isotropy. Overpressure is closely connected to Critical current in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Composite material. In his research, Full scale, Niobium-tin, Ultimate tensile strength, Solenoid and Stress is intimately related to Nuclear magnetic resonance, which falls under the overarching field of Conductor.
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High-Tc superconducting materials for electric power applications.
David Larbalestier;Alex Gurevich;D. Matthew Feldmann;Anatoly Polyanskii.
Strongly linked current flow in polycrystalline forms of the superconductor MgB2.
D. C. Larbalestier;L. D. Cooley;M. O. Rikel;A. A. Polyanskii.
Oxygen-defect flux pinning, anomalous magnetization and intra-grain granularity in YBa 2 Cu 3 0 7–δ
M. Daeumling;M. Daeumling;J. M. Seuntjens;D. C. Larbalestier.
Two-band superconductivity in LaFeAsO0.89F0.11 at very high magnetic fields.
F. Hunte;J. Jaroszynski;A. Gurevich;D. C. Larbalestier.
Small anisotropy, weak thermal fluctuations, and high field superconductivity in Co-doped iron pnictide Ba(Fe1−xCox)2As2
A. Yamamoto;J. Jaroszynski;C. Tarantini;L. Balicas.
Applied Physics Letters (2009)
Critical state in disk-shaped superconductors.
M Däumling;DC Larbalestier.
Physical Review B (1989)
Upper critical fields and thermally-activated transport of NdFeAsO 0.7 F 0.3 single crystal
J. Jaroszynski;F. Hunte;L. Balicas;Youn-jung Jo.
Physical Review B (2008)
New Fe-based superconductors: properties relevant for applications
M Putti;I Pallecchi;E Bellingeri;M Tropeano.
arXiv: Superconductivity (2009)
Very high upper critical fields in MgB2 produced by selective tuning of impurity scattering
A Gurevich;S Patnaik;V Braccini;K H Kim.
Superconductor Science and Technology (2004)
Isotropic round-wire multifilament cuprate superconductor for generation of magnetic fields above 30 T
D. C. Larbalestier;J. Jiang;U. P. Trociewitz;F. Kametani.
Nature Materials (2014)
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