The quasiparticle dynamics about the Fermi surface in the normal state of a superconductor is arguably the most important characterization in terms of understanding the mechanism behind the superconducting pairing. One of the key research directions in the Analytis lab is to perform detailed, three-dimensional studies of the Fermi surface using magneto-transport, quantum oscillations and thermal transport techniques. Materials we study include Fe-based superconductors, thin-film cuprates, ruthenates and topological superconductors.
James Analytis et al. Transport near a quantum critical point in BaFe2(As1−xPx)2