Innovative materials with strong interplay of spin orbital charge and topological degrees of freedom

The project aims at understanding the fundamental microscopic mechanisms and the emergent physical phenomena of complex materials, which are characterized by a strong entanglement of spin-orbital-charge-lattice (SOCL) degrees of freedom, mainly driven by electron-electron correlations and spin-orbit interaction. Targeted material platforms, in bulk, thin-film and superlattice form , are transition metal oxides (TMO) at large, but also other transition-metal based systems where electron correlations and spin-orbit coupling play a key role.

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SPIN belongs to
Cnr - Department of Physical Sciences
and Technologies of Matter

Cnr DSFTM