Eugene A. Demler
The main focus of Eugene Demler’s work has been developing general theoretical tools for understanding the effects of interactions, and establishing a common framework for understanding the physics of strongly correlated systems. Demler’s research has addressed various properties of high temperature superconductors, heavy fermion and organic superconductors, quantum Hall systems, and quantum antiferromagnets. Demler’s research interests also include mesoscopic superconductivity, magnetic and superconducting proximity effects, understanding the effect of dissipation on quantum phase transitions, and Bose-Einstein condensation of alkali atoms.
Simons Fellowship in Theoretical Physics, 2015.
Siemens Research Award, Humboldt Foundation, Germany, 2014.
Selected as a Thomson Reuters highly cited researcher, 2014.
Elected Fellow of the American Physical Society, 2012.
Johannes Gutenberg lecture award, Mainz, Germany, 2006.
E. Demler et al, "Superconducting proximity effects in magnetic metals," Phys. Rev. B. vol. 55, pp. 15174, 1997.
Y. Bazaliy et al, "Search for the pi-resonance in two particle tunneling experiments of YBCO Superconductors," Phys. Rev. Lett. vol. 79, pp. 1921, 1997.
Associate Fellow Quantum Materials
Harvard UniversityDepartment of Physics
PhD (Theoretical Physics) Stanford University
MSc (Theoretical Physics) Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
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