|I conduct research in Condensed Matter Theory, with focus on:
- Correlated Materials
- Unconventional Superconductors
- Theoretical Methods for Strongly Correlated Systems
|I am the happy recipient of an ERC Consolidator 2016 Grant, which will fund the creation of a new research group in LPEM@ESPCI
on the theory of correlated materials with focus on superconductors and
thermoelectrics, and its reasearch in the years 2017-2022.
See the relevant section in the menu at the top for more details and open positions in the group.
A few recent highlights
A new feature of Hund's metals: enhanced quasiparticle interactions. L. de' Medici, Phys. Rev. Lett 118, 167003(2017)
Autumn School on Correlated Electrons: Jülich, 25-29 September 2017. Lecture: "Hund's-rule metals explained"
Cutting-Edge Topics in Quantum Materials - International Conference, October 16-19, 207 in ESPCI-Paris
Recent unpublished work from the ArXiv
The February 2013 issue of the Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics was dedicated by A. Fujimori to part of our work.
A highlight from LPS-Orsay webpage: "Oxides are made of atoms, after all!" (version française: "Les Oxydes sont faits d'atomes, après tout!")
Together with J. Bauer C. Giannetti and D. Inosov we organized the International Conference NGSCES2013,
held in Sestri Levante, 1-5 July 2013, the fourth edition of the
successful gathering of emergent researchers in the field of strongly
correlated electron systems.
with Marcelo Rozenberg, Massimo Capone, Agnès Barthélemy, we organized
the International Conference "Edge Topics in Correlated Materials"
(ParisEdge2010), which was held in LPS-Orsay and Collège de
France-Paris on May 17-19th, 2010.