|일시||Jul. 14th (THU), 15:00|
|장소||E6 #1501 & Zoom|
|연사||Dr. Sunghun Kim(Institute of Natural Science, KAIST)|
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회의 ID: 870 6832 7099
Pure electrons spread in two-dimensional (2D) space can have several different phases of gas, liquid, and even solid – so called Wigner crystal, determined by their kinetic and potential energies. In quantum regime, it is expected to have diverse intermediate phases between Fermi liquid and Wigner crystal phase rendered by the quantum fluctuation with exclusive electron-electron interactions. In this regard, there have been many efforts to realize pure quantum electron phases and unveil its intriguing physics. However, the requirements to realize such quantum electrons at solid systems set a huge hurdle that the most of the experimental investigations have been limited in the classical regime so far.