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Quantum Magnetism and Spin-Fermion Models 37%

The behaviour and the true nature of the electronic and spin states and their quasiparticle dynamics are of central importance to the understanding of the physics of correlated systems such as magnetism and Mott-Hubbard metal-insulator transition in metal and oxides, magnetism and heavy fermions (HF) in rare-earths compounds, high-temperature superconductivity (HTSC) in cuprates and anomalous transport properties in perovskite manganates.


Electron Transport in Metallic Systems 33%

The thermoelectric and transport properties of the layered high-Tc cuprates were reviewed by us already in the extended review article.47 Another interesting aspect of transport in solids which we did not touched is the spin transport.7, 8 The spin degree of freedom of charged carriers in metals and semiconductors has attracted in last decades big attention and continues to play a key role in the development of many applications, establishing a field that is now known as spintronics.