Superconducting and related oxides, physics and nanoengineering IV 24-28 April 2000, Orlando, USA

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  • High temperature superconductors -- Congresses,
  • Thin films -- Congresses,
  • Nanotechnology -- Congresses

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StatementDavor Pavuna, Ivan Bozovic, chairs/editors ; sponsored and published by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ; cosponsored by Oxxel GmbH Bremen (Germany).
GenreCongresses.
SeriesSPIE proceedings series -- v. 4058., Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering -- v. 4058.
ContributionsPavuna, Davor., Bozovic, Ivan., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers., Oxxel GmbH Bremen.
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LC ClassificationsQC611.98.H54 S862 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 442 p. :
Number of Pages442
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19568184M
ISBN 100819436844
ISBN 109780819436849
LC Control Number2001275691
OCLC/WorldCa45141066

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We report the magnetic field-induced superconductivity in Sr 1-x K x BiO 3 superconductors. A reentrant superconducting-normal resistive transition is observed in certain samples and, by applying the external magnetic field (H) or increasing the current (I), the reentrant normal state goes back to the zero resistivity: the recovery of superconductivity by applying H or increasing : Dong Chul Kim, Jun Sung Kim, H.

Kang, G. Kim, J. Pshirkov, E. Antipov, YungWoo Park. Superconducting oxide multilayers and superlattices: Physics, chemistry, and nanoengineering has been developed for synthesis of heterostructures containing various Bi- and Dy-based cuprates and other complex oxides, with a high level of control of deposition of individual atomic monolayers as well as capability for atomic-layer engineering Cited by: Superconducting and Related Oxides: Physics and Nanoengineering IV.

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4 February | San Francisco, California. We report on ah-plane resistivity (rho) and angle-reserved photoemission (ARPES) spectra for Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+x single crystals irradiated with neutrons or electron-beam irradiation. Both the normal and superconducting states were measured with angle-resolved photoemission.

Electron-beam irradiation leads to an increase in the residual resistivity, and a decrease in the superconducting transition Author: I. Vobornik, M. Grioni, Helmuth Berger, Laszlo Forro, Davor Pavuna, Giorgio Margaritondo, A. Karkin. Near the superconducting transition [typically for (T-Tc)/TcAuthor: Serkan Erdin.

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Anlage1,2. 1Center for Nanophysics and Advanced Materials, Physics Department, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 2Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, MD We summarize progress in the development and application of metamaterial.

Superconducting technology applications in electric machines have long been pursued due to their significant advantages of higher efficiency and power density over conventional technology. However, in spite of many successful technology demonstrations, commercial adoption has been slow, presumably because the threshold for value versus cost and.

- 2 - Fig. 1 Periodic table with the distribution and Tc [K] of chemical elements for which superconductivity has been observed with or without application of pressure [1,2,3,4]. The respective explanation of superconductivity by the BCS theory in [5] was a desperately awaited breakthrough of theoretical solid state physics.

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An overview of perovskite-related metallic oxides and their thin films is presented with an emphasis on the epitaxial growth of LaNiO 3 thin films on a variety of substrates. Using these films as metallic barrier layers, YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7−δ /LaNiO 3 /YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7−δ /SrTiO 3 trilayer superconductor-normal metal (metallic oxide)-superconductor junctions have been by: 4.

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The pioneers of superconducting electronics are accumulating an impressive record of achievement. For example, they have now gained the high‐performance lead in the important field of digital electronics. Logic delays of 13 picoseconds and switching times of 9 picoseconds have been experimentally demonstrated.

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We show the theoretical depairing current limit can be achieved in a robust fashion in highly ordered superconductor nanomesh films having spatial periodicities smaller than both the superconducting coherence length and the magnetic penetration depth.

For a niobium nanomesh film with 34 nm spatial periodicity, the experimental critical current density is enhanced by more than 17 times over the. A promising new development in practical high‐field superconductors is the technique developed by Tachikawa of the Institute of Metals, Tokyo, Japan, for fabrication of V3Ga in flexible wire or strip form.

This can also be made as a composite with copper. The short‐sample characteristic obtained is approximately that of present day commercially manufactured Nb3Sn at magnetic fields of up Cited by: 3. A nanowire is a nanostructure, with the diameter of the order of a nanometer (10 −9 meters).

It can also be defined as the ratio of the length to width being greater than Alternatively, nanowires can be defined as structures that have a thickness or diameter constrained to tens of nanometers or less and an unconstrained length.

At these scales, quantum mechanical effects are important. Successful operation of a 4‐in superconducting linear accelerator section has been announced by H. Alan Schwettman, professor of physics at Stanford University. Schwettman and two colleagues, Perry B.

Wilson and William M. Fairbank, did the work with the assistance of graduate students L. Michael Axford, John M. Pierce, and John P. Turneaure. Thanks for the A2A. I want to start by putting to Fe based superconductors in historical context, and then I will discuss two areas of theoretical pursuit.

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Superconducting circuits have been successfully established as systems to prepare and investigate microwave light fields at the quantum level. In contrast to optical experiments where light is detected using photon counters, microwaves are usually measured with well developed linear amplifiers.

The two-dimensional (2D) superconducting state is a fragile state of matter susceptible to quantum phase fluctuations. Although superconductivity Cited by: with, fermionic annihilation (creation) operators for electrons on different sites with energies ε j.

V j,j+1 characterises the electron hopping between nearest-neighbour sites. The bath is represented by the bosonic annihilation (creation) operators, and the coefficients λ ij indicate how the system and bath are coupled. A minimal and particular case is the two-site model with j = A, B Cited by: Proper grounding between different ground planes in coplanar superconducting qubit circuits is important to avoid spurious resonances which increase decoherence.

Here, the authors present a possible solution to suppress such undesired modes using superconducting aluminum air-bridges which have been fabricated on top of aluminum coplanar waveguide transmission lines.

3D electromagnetic Cited by: 9. the superconducting correlated electron state. In some circumstances, the superconducting electrons can be described in terms of a macroscopic quantum wavefunction [4]. This wavefunction has a magnitude whose square is interpreted as the local density of superconducting electrons (n s), and whose phase is coherent over macroscopic dimensions.The lumped equivalent circuit model of a superconducting tunnel junction with a voltage‐dependent normal conductance current represented by I r = I 0 (V/V 0) n is analyzed for the cases n = 2 and n → ∞.

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SUMAN department has been active in the field of superconducting materials since the discovery of High Temperature superconductors, more than 20 years ago, it has widely contributed to the field of vortex pinning analysis and materials development for more than 15 years and more.

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