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Prof Christian Ruegg
3.C3
London Centre for Nanotechnology
17-19 Gordon St
London
UK
WC1H 0AH
Tel: 020 7679 9921
Fax: 020 7679 0595
Appointment
  • Honorary Professor
  • London Centre for Nanotechnology
  • Faculty of Maths & Physical Sciences
Research Themes
Research Summary
Main research activities - Quantum phase transitions in strongly correlated quantum systems - Spin dynamics in low-dimensional and frustrated quantum magnets - Bose condensation in magnetic materials and hardcore-boson models - Novel metal-organic quantum spin systems - Interplay of frustration with heavy-electron physics - Spin and lattice dynamics in novel iron-based superconductors My experimental research projects focus on the systematic study of strongly correlated quantum phenomena in low-dimensional spin systems, single-molecule magnets and novel emergent materials. In addition to my primary research tool of neutron spectroscopy, my expertise extends to complementary techniques including X-ray diffraction and spectroscopy, specific heat, magnetic susceptibility, magnetocalorimetry and thermal transport measurements. All of these studies involve extreme conditions, as high magnetic fields and pressures in combination with ultra-low temperatures are required to investigate spin correlations in quantum materials. The results from a number of my projects are of interest to people working particularly in the fields of phase transitions, quantum condensates and other forms of collective quantum behaviour, as well as in several related areas where mesoscopic quantum states are under active exploration for future technological applications.
Teaching Summary
- Physics Lab 2 and 3 - Student projects (mini-projects, fourth year)
Appointments
01-OCT-2008 – 01-OCT-2013 Royal Society University Research Fellow London Centre for Nanotechnology and Dept of Phys and Astro University College London, United Kingdom
01-FEB-2005 – 30-SEP-2008 Postdoctoral Research Associate London Centre for Nanotechnology and Dept of Phys and Astro University College London, United Kingdom
01-AUG-2001 – 31-JAN-2005 PhD Student Dept of Physics ETH Zurich and Paul Scherrer Institute, Somalia
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