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EU LEMSUPER partners

Kosmas Prassides
University of Durham
United Kingdom
UDUR's role in the LEMSUPER project is to act as coordinator, provide structural and physical properties evaluation of the materials produced by the synthesis-oriented tasks, and study the new structures and electronic states emerging from the synthetic programme at both ambient and elevated pressures using a combination of laboratory- and large-facilities (synchrotron, neutron, muon)-based diffraction and spectroscopic techniques.
Professor Matthew J. Rosseinsky
Matthew J. Rosseinsky
University of Liverpool
United Kingdom

ULIV’s role in the LEMSUPER project is to apply high-throughput methods to the discovery of molecule-based host crystals for intercalation and FET devices, exploiting the facilities in CMD, and to apply chemical design and synthesis methodology to the discovery of new superconductors, working closely with synthesis-focussed colleagues across all WPs.

Denis Arčon
Institute "Jozef Stefan"
Slovenia

IJS’s role in the LEMSUPER project is to provide microscopic physical properties evaluation of the materials produced by the synthesis-oriented tasks, to study the new electronic states emerging from the synthetic programme at both ambient and elevated pressures using magnetic resonance techniques, and to study superconductivity induced by electric field via electrostatic charge accumulation by using ultra-sensitive magnetic resonance techniques.

Professor Erio Tosatti
Erio Tosatti
Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati
Italy

SISSA’s role in the LEMSUPER project is to address the many body, strong correlations, and Jahn Teller effects especially in connection with the insulator-to-superconductor transitions in the light element solids of this project, to perform first principles calculations on the electric double layer interfaces and electronic states and to address the insulator-to-superconductor transitions at very high pressures.

Professor Claudia Felser
Claudia Felser
Johannes Gutenberg Universitaet Mainz
Germany

UMZ’s role in the LEMSUPER project is to provide new materials by multisided synthesis procedures of light element molecular based solids and to study the new electronic states emerging from the programme by both laboratory and synchrotron X-ray ARPES techniques.

 

Japanese LEMSUPER partners

Professor Yoshihiro Iwasa
Yoshihiro Iwasa
The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Engineering
Japan

UTENG’s role in the LEMSUPER project is to act as the Japan coordinator and deputy project coordinator, to fabricate FET and EDLT devices, study the interface properties and explore electrochemical reactions,  to provide FET and EDLT devices suitable for further experiments, and to study the electronic properties of new materials including those with electric-field induced carrier doping.

Professor Hideo Aoki
Hideo Aoki
The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Engineering
Japan

UTSCI’s role in the LEMSUPER project is to provide an intense and extensive theoretical underpinning of the whole project in close collaboration with SISSA, the theoretical team from the EU side. The basic theoretical tools incorporate a combination of first-principles calculations of the lattice, phononic and electronic structures of materials, and the modelling of the systems with a technique called downfolding, which is then fed into electron-correlation calculations. These will form the basis not only for understanding emerging materials properties, but will also serve as an enabling guideline for designing new materials.

Professor Tomoko Kagayama
Tomoko Kagayama
Osaka University
Japan

UOSA’s role in the LEMSUPER project is to study the structural and conducting properties of both single-component molecular crystals and the new materials emerging from the synthetic programme at extreme conditions of pressure, utilising where appropriate in-situ combined diffraction and transport measurements.

Professor Yoshihiro Kubozono
Yoshihiro Kubozono
Okayama University
Japan

UOKA’s role in the LEMSUPER project is to apply chemical design and synthesis methodology to the discovery of new superconductors derived from aromatic hydrocarnon solids, and to investigate the electrical transport properties of  FET and EDLT devices.

Professor Jun Akimitsu
Jun Akimitsu
Aoyama Gakuin University
Japan

AGU’s role in the LEMSUPER project is to provide new materials by multisided synthesis process of inorganic compounds, and to provide support in developing the correlations between physical and structural properties for theoretical prediction.

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