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Record Superconductivity in Hydrogen Compounds

The project. Understanding high-temperature superconductivity in hydride compounds is of great importance to fundamental research and may lead to new applications. Read more

Quantum Critical Superconductivity

The project. High temperature superconductivity has the potential to transform use of electrical power, enabling low carbon technologies such as fusion reactors and electric airplanes. Read more

High Temperature Superconductivity: Competing order

The project. High temperature superconductivity has the potential to transform use of electrical power, enabling low carbon technologies such as fusion reactors and electric airplanes. Read more

From maximal to minimal dissipation. A new paradigm in superconductivity

The project. A new class of superconducting materials has emerged that host a metallic (resistive) state that fails to conform to the standard models of metallic behaviour, displaying strong signatures of incoherent transport. Read more

Interfacial spin-orbit coupling based superconducting spintronic devices

Loughborough University has seen 94% of our research impact rated as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’, underlining the wide-ranging positive impacts that our research has on the world (REF, 2021). Read more

Heavy fermion thin films

The project. Bulk crystals can display heavy fermion behaviour, where the effective mass of mobile carriers can be up to 1000 times larger than the bare electron mass due to electron-electron interactions. Read more

Topological solitons in anisotropic superconductors

  Research Group: School of Mathematics
Superconductors subjected to a magnetic field can host topological solitons called "vortices", spatially localized tubes of magnetic flux and energy that cannot dissipate for topological reasons. Read more

Ferroelectric field effect transistors for next generation non-volatile memories and cognitive computing

Perovskite oxides are a family of materials that display an incredible diversity of physical phenomena including high-temperature superconductivity, colossal magnetoresistance, magnetism, ferroelectricity, etc. Read more
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