In a metal the energy levels of the electrons, which have to be all in different quantum states due to the Pauli exclusion principle, are filled up to the Fermi energy at zero temperature. The surface of constant energy in the reciprocal space separating occupied and unoccupied electronic states is ... More »
Combined extreme conditions of high pressure and strong magnetic field are an extremely powerful tool to tune microscopic interactions in order to attain and study new states of matter. While high pressure measurements in static magnetic fields present no particular difficulty, the maximum static ... More »
Extreme conditions of high pressure, associated with low temperatures and high magnetic field are the corner stone for the exploration of  the phase diagrams of strongly correlated electron systems, and therefore for the discovery of new states of matter and of the interplay between the ... More »
The june-august issue of C.R. Physique is devoted to Superconductivity of strongly correlated systems: three papers are written by SPSMS researchers, emphasizing the high level of international recognition on this topic obtained by the lab for years : Antiferromagnetism and superconductivity in ... More »


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