Fluctuations in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems

Fluctuations in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems
A research group at Brookhaven National Laboratory

Welcome to the website of FlucTeam, a research team at Brookhaven National Laboratory dedicated to uncovering the role of nanoscale fluctuations in strongly correlated electron and related electronic materials.

Please look around to find out more about our research. For more information contact one of the team members on the FlucTeam Members page.


  • SI-STM study : Simultaneous transitions in real and momentum space phenomena at a critical point Nano forensicsThe Fermi surface dramatically reconstructs at p=0.19 (two lower boxes). At the same doping the real-space broken symmetries in the electronic structure disappear (two upper ...
    Posted May 17, 2014, 2:42 PM by Chung Koo Kim
  • Nanoscale Phase Coexistence at the Metal-Insulator Transition Top: Fits to Cu(Ir1−xCrx)2S4 PDFs along with extracted lattice and atomic displacement parameters.Bottom: Previous phase diagram based on average structure (left ...
    Posted May 7, 2014, 7:21 AM by Kevin Knox
  • Symmetry Breaking in the High Temperature Regime of SnTe Left: Evolution of the Radial Distribution Function (RDF) of SnTe shows deviation from average rocksalt structure at high temperature.Right: Atomic Displacement Parameters (ADP) for Sn and Te can be ...
    Posted May 5, 2014, 1:20 PM by Kevin Knox
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