Our Theoretical Condensed Matter Research Group is based at the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Iowa State University, and embedded in the lively condensed matter research environment of Iowa State University and the Ames Laboratory. We investigate non-equilibrium dynamics of strongly correlated quantum materials and the effects of competing interactions and emergent order on the electronic properties of solids. To approach these questions we employ a combination of analytical and numerical techniques from field-theory and statistical mechanics. Our research is often guided by experimental results and strives to understand the impact of strong interactions on the properties of quantum materials.
5. Na Hyun Jo, Yun Wu, Lin-Lin Wang, Peter P. Orth, Savannah S. Downing, Soham Manni, Dixiang Mou, Duane D. Johnson, Adam Kaminski, Sergey L. Bud'ko, Paul C. Canfield
Extremely large magnetoresistance and Kohler's rule in PdSn4: a complete study of thermodynamic, transport and band structure properties
4. William. R. Meier, Qing-Ping Ding, Andreas Kreyssig, Sergey L. Bud'ko, Aashish Sapkota, Karunakar Kothapalli, Vladislav Borisov, Roser Valentí, Christian D. Batista, Peter P. Orth, Rafael M. Fernandes, Alan I. Goldman, Yuji Furukawa, Anna E. Böhmer, Paul C. Canfield
Hedgehog spin vortex crystal in a hole-doped iron based superconductor
3. Peter P. Orth, Bhilahari Jeevanesan, Rafael M. Fernandes, Jörg Schmalian
Enhanced nematic fluctuations near the Mott insulating phase of high-Tc cuprates
2. Karyn Le Hur, Loïc Henriet, Loïc Herviou, Kirill Plekhanov, Alexandru Petrescu, Tal Goren, Marco Schiro, Christophe Mora, Peter P. Orth
Driven dissipative dynamics and topology of quantum impurity systems
1. Michael Schütt, Peter P. Orth, Alex Levchenko, Rafael M. Fernandes
Controlling competing orders via non-equilibrium acoustic phonons: emergence of anisotropic electronic temperature
Publications (until 08/16/2017)
21. Peter P. Orth, Rafael M. Fernandes, Jeff Walter, C. Leighton, B. I. Shklovskii
Percolation via combined electrostatic and chemical doping in complex oxide films
Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 106801 (2017).