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YEARS

2016-2019

FUNDING AMOUNT

2480000.0 CNY

ABSTRACT

This project is based on the key project--(7) Study on the physical properties of correlated system materials under high magnetic field (≥20T). We propose to study the superconducting properties of correlated system materials using the extreme experimental conditions by combining high magnetic field and high pressure facilities. We plan to perform three kinds of work: (1) The study of topological superconductivity under high magnetic field and high pressure. We will explore the possible existence of topological superconducting materials by turning the physical properties of topological insulating materials such as Bi2Se3, Cd3As2, and YbB6 using intercalation/doping as well as applying high pressure. And we will investigate the evolution of the Fermi surface and topological properties by using the quantum oscillation experiments; (2) The investigation of possible emergence of superconductivity of some antiferromagnetic-ordered correlated electron materials when their antiferromagnetic orders are suppressed by high magnetic field and high pressure. And the investigation of other related exotic phenomena; (3) The study of the quantum oscillation effects of iron-based superconductors and other superconducting materials under high magnetic field and high pressure. We will determine their Fermi surface topology and analyze their pairing symmetry. It is hopeful to obtain valuable results in the topological superconductivity,exploration of new superconductors, and the superconducting mechanisms based on this project. More... »

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