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Andrei Lebed
Professor, Physics | Member of the Graduate Faculty
Physics
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Research
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Grants
(2)
Organic Superconductors and Conductors in High Magnetic Fields
2011
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$255K
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External
Principal Investigator (PI)
superconductors,
organic materials,
high magnetic fields,
conductors,
material science
Magnetic Properties of Organic Superconductors and Conductors
2007
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$240K
·
External
Principal Investigator (PI)
organic materials,
magnetic properties,
superconductors,
conductors,
materials science
Publications
(86)
Recent
Four-fold anisotropy of the parallel upper critical magnetic field in a pure layered d-wave superconductor at T 0
2020
superconductivity,
anisotropy,
layered materials,
magnetic fields,
d-wave
Breakdown of the Einstein’s Equivalence Principle for a quantum body
2020
quantum physics,
gravity,
einstein,
equivalence principle,
quantum mechanics
Restoration of superconductivity in high magnetic fields in UTe2
2020
superconductivity,
high magnetic fields,
ute2,
restoration,
materials science
Breakdown of the equivalence between gravitational mass and energy due to quantum effects
2019
quantum effects,
gravitational mass,
energy equivalence,
breakdown,
equivalence
Unconventional field-induced spin density wave phases in quasi-one-dimensional conductors in high magnetic fields
2019
spin density wave,
quasi-one-dimensional conductors,
high magnetic fields,
unconventional behavior
Layered superconductor in a magnetic field: breakdown of the effective masses model
2019
superconductors,
magnetic fields,
effective masses,
breakdown,
layered structures
Destruction of the spin-density-wave phase by magnetic field in a quasi-one-dimensional conductor
2018
condensed matter physics,
spintronics,
quantum materials,
magnetic field effects
Quantum limit in a quasi-one-dimensional conductor in a high tilted magnetic field
2017
quantum physics,
condensed matter physics,
high magnetic field,
conductivity,
nanotechnology
Response to: Comment on “Does the Equivalence between Gravitational Mass and Energy Survive for a Composite Quantum Body?”
2017
quantum physics,
gravitational mass,
energy equivalence,
composite body,
equivalence principle
Inequivalence between gravitational mass and energy due to quantum effects at microscopic and macroscopic levels
2017
quantum gravity,
energy-mass equivalence,
macroscopic effects,
microscopic effects,
quantum effects