Hidenori Takagi Physics
Hidenori Takagi’s research interests include the metal-insulator transition, superconductivity, and quantum magnetism in correlated transition metal oxides.
Honda Frontier Award, 2009.
K. H. Onnes prize, 2006.
Nissan Science Prize, 1994.
IBM Science Prize, 1988.
Fellow, American Physical Society
H. Takagi, Y. Tokura and S. Uchida, "Superconductivity Produced by Electron-Doping in CuO2-Layered Compounds," Physical Review Letters vol. 62, pp. 1197, 1989.
H. Takagi et al, "Systematic Evolution of Temperature-Dependent Resistivity in La2-xSrxCuO4," Physical Review Letters vol. 69, pp. 2975-2978, 1992.
R.J.Cava et al, "Superconductivity at 23 K in Yttrium Palladium Boride Carbide," Nature vol. 367, pp. 146-147, 1994.
C. Urano et al, "LiV2O4 Spinel as a Heavy-Mass Fermi Liquid: Anomalous Transport and Role of Geometrical Frustration," Physical Review Letters vol. 85, pp. 1052-1055, 2000.
T. Hanaguri, "A 'checkerboard' electronic crystal state in lightly hole-doped Ca2-xNaxCuO2Cl2," Nature, vol. 430, pp. 1001-1005, 2004.
Advisor Quantum Materials
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research
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