EMERGENT ELECTRONIC STATES CONFINED AT INTERFACES

Overview

Transition metal oxide surfaces and interfaces, twisted bilayer graphene and dichalcogenide bilayers host emergent electronic states arising from an interplay of crystal structure, kinetics, Coulomb interactions, orbital specialization and spin-orbit contributions. These confined systems can be driven across insulator to metal or to superconductor transitions, and in some cases large magneto-resistive or spin fluctuation regimes. Topological properties are also expected for several materials. The scope of the school is to present the theoretical approaches and experimental tools allowing us to capture the physics at play for these emergent states. Spintronics and oxide electronics applications will also be discussed.†

Organizers

Marc Gabay

Université Paris-Sud, Paris-Saclay, France

Masashi Kawasaki

The University of Tokyo, Japan

Andrew Millis

Columbia University and The Flatiron Institute, USA

Jean-Marc Triscone

Université de Genève, Switzerland

Ralph Claessen (Advisory)

Julius-Maximilians University, Germany

Jochen Mannhart (Advisory)

MPI Stuttgart, Germany