A. Legros et al.,
Nature Physics (2018)
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Simon Memorial PriceLouis Taillefer is the first Canadian to receive the prize since it was established in 1957. Every three years, the Institute of Physics (IOP) gives this international prize in recognition of honorable work in low temperature physics either in theoretical and experimental physics.
Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (March 2, 2017)
Faculté des sciences
Université de Sherbrooke (March 8, 2017)
Times Higher Education
Institute of Physics
Major new grant !A research team at the Institut quantique of the Université de Sherbrooke recently made a big dent in the mystery of high-temperature superconductivity. Led by physicist Louis Taillefer and collaborators, this work captured the attention of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, which decided to jump in and fund Taillefer’s research for the coming years.
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Sherbrooke University (October 14, 2016)
ARTICLEHall measurements in YBCO in high magnetic field up to 90 Tesla shed light on the separate critical points for the onset of the pseudogap and charge-density-wave phases; the results seem to indicate that the Pseudogap and the antiferromagnetic Mott insulator of the parent compound are linked.
S. Badoux et al.,
Nature 531, 210 (2016)