Steve Dodge Physicist
Steve Dodge uses a variety of laser systems to investigate the optical properties of superconductors and related materials. His lab is among the best equipped worldwide, capable of working across a wide range of wavelengths, wtih femtosecond resolution for time-resolved studies. Dodge uses these tools to understand the electromagnetic properties of materials such as high-temperature superconductors, magnetic metals and magnetic insulators. Current areas of interest include the terahertz conductivity of high-temperature superconductors, the electromagnetic properties of metals tuned close to a quantum phase transition, and the behaviour of photoexcited carriers in Mott insulators.
Cottrell Scholar Award, 2002.
Sloan Research Fellowship, 2001.
L. Klein et al, "Reply to: 'Resistive anomalies at ferromagnetic transitions revisited: the case of SrRuO3'," Phys. Rev. Lett. vol. 84, pp. 2280, March 2000.
Associate Fellow Quantum Materials
Simon Fraser UniversityDepartment of Physics
PhD (Applied Physics) Stanford University
BA Harvard College
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