Research at the Paris ICAM branch involves a large range of experimental and theoretical studies on correlated electron systems (High Tc superconductors, organic compounds, fullerites, cobaltates, heavy fermion superconductors), magnetic oxides (low dimensional systems, Mott- transitions, frustrated magnetism). The influence of electronic correlations is also studied at the mesoscopic or nanoscopic scale.
Also a large research effort in the Paris area is devoted to studies of biological matter viewed from the physicist point of view. We expect that some prestigious laboratories in the field will sooner or later join our ICAM branch.
The local steering committee is comprised of:
Henri Alloul, Laboratoire de Physique des Solides UMR CNRS -Universite de Paris-Sud , Orsay
Nicole Bontemps, ESPCI Paris
Antoine Goeorges, Laboratoire de Physique Theorique, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau
Catherine Pepin, SPHT, CEA- Saclay
They represent the four laboratories presently involved in the Paris branch.
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