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Schedule



Eighth

International Conference on New Theories,
Discoveries, and Applications of

Superconductors and Related Materials


(New
3
SC
-
8
)

June 8
-
11, 2011

J. W. Marriott Chongqing, China



Time


Wednesday

June 8



Thursday

June 9


Friday

June 10

8
:
3
0



9:00

AM






Concurrent

Session

F1B, F1C, F1D

9:00


9:20

AM




Opening Remarks

9:20


10:30 AM


Plenary Session

T1A


10:30
-
10:45 AM



Coffee Break


Coffee Break

10:
45

12:30

P
M


Plenary Session

T2A

Concurrent Sessions

F
2
B, F
2
C
, F
2
D


12:30


2:0
0

PM



Conference Lunch


Conference Lunch

2:00


3:
30

PM

Registration

Plenary Session

T3A

Concurrent Sessions

F3B, F3C, F3D


3:30
-

3:45 PM


Registration


Coffee Break


Coffee Break

3
:
45

6:00

PM

Registration

Plenary Session

T
4
A

Concurrent Sessions

F4
B, F4C, F4D

5:
3
0



6:00 PM

Registration

Session Chairs
Meeting


Place TBA

PublicationCommitee
Meeting


Place

TBA



6:
0
0



7:
3
0 PM

Dinner on your own
cost

Dinner on your

Own cost

Photo T
aken

Conference Banquet

Award
s

Closing Remarks

7
:
3
0



9
:
3
0 PM



Poster

Session

Room A


TBA = To be announced

2


Notations


Each tal
k is denoted by fou
r (4)
characters
: a letter + a digit

+ a letter +4 digits
representing day, session

code
, room
code
and starting time of the talk.


T


Thursday,

F



Friday,
S



Saturday,

Session
T
1
A
,

T2A
, T3A

and T
4
A are plena
ry,
and
the others are concurrent
.

For example, F3B0
2
00 means that
the
talk is scheduled on Friday, Session 3,


Room B, and begins at
2
:00 PM.

Names of
Room A,
B, C, D

are given as below:


Room
A



Banquet

Room
,

Room
B

-

Summer Room
,


Room C


Fall Room
,

Room D

-

Winter R
oom


************************************************************************

Wednesday,

June 8, 2011










Check in

and pick up the conference program package on the
Registration Desk



Hand in three (3) copies of your paper

s manuscript
to the
Editorial
Desk
. The email address of the corresponding author mut be given on
the first page of the manuscript and the
sign
-
in

sheet.



Formatted

manuscrip
ts for refereeing are unnecessary


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The format of manuscripts of
the final

submission is similar to Physical
Review

B
.
It can be seen on the internet.

One should go to:
www.springer.com/10948

and
then click on Instruction for Authors.



From
June 9
, please pick up one or two papers assigned to you for peer
refereeing from the Editorial Desk and turn it back before your
departure.



Remember to check if your paper

s refereeing report has been recei
ved
before your departure, If
\
yes, pick up the refereeing report. If not, find
your responsible editor

s name and email address

from the Editorial
Desk
.


For a poster presenter please remember to have
your session chair sign your verification of
presentat
ion. Otherwise, your paper will not be
accepted for publication

3


Thursday,

June

9
, 20
11












9
:00

-

9
:2
0

AM


Opening Remarks

Room A




Chair:

Alex Ignatiev


9:00
-

9:05

Opening Remarks

J. D. Fan

9:05
-

9:2
0

Welcoming Remarks

Fushen Pan (CSTC/CAST)
*




9:20
-
10:35

Session T1A


Plenary




Chair:

J. Gao


9:20
-
9:45

T1A0920

J
.

D. Fan


SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
F
ROM REPULSIVE INTERACTION

9:45
-
10:10 T1A0945

M. de Llano




NOVEL PERSPECTIVES IN THE SO
-
CALLED BCS
-
BEC
CROSSOVER VIEW OF SUPERCONDUCTORS

10:10
-
10:35
T1A
1010

Wei Guo




EFFECT OF COPPER
-
SITE SPIN POLARIZATION
ON THE SPIN
PAIR STATE IN THE HIGH Tc SUPERCONDUCTORS




Coffee Break


10:
50
-
12:
30

Session T
2
A

-

Plenary



Room A




Chair:

H. Zhang


10:
5
0
-
11
:
1
5

T2A10
50

L. KRUSIN
-
ELBAUM

QUANTUM
-
LIMIT LINKAGE OF `STRANGE' AND
CONVENTIONAL METAL STATES OF HIGH
-
TC
SUPERCON
DUCTOR
S

11
:
1
5
-
11
:
4
0

T2A1
11
5

Sergei P.Kruchinin

HYBRID FERROMAGNETIC
-
SUPERCONDUCTOR
NANOSYSTEMS

1
1
:
4
0
-
1
2
:
0
5

T2A1
14
0

Judy Z. Wu

STRAIN
-
MEDIATED ALIGNMENT OF NANORODS AND
NANOTUBES IN YBCO FILMS

1
2
:
0
5
-
1
2
:
3
0

T2A1
20
5

J.

A.

JUNG

SUPERCONDUCTING NANOWIRES


Lunc
h Break



*


C
STC
-

Chongqing

Science and Tecgnology Commission

CAST
-

Chongqing Academy of Science and Technology

Fushen Pan,

Ph. D.; Professor


Chongqing University,


First
Vice

Commissioner

CSTC


President

CAST


2
:
00
-
3
:
4
0

Session T3A
-

Plenary



Room A


4




Chair:

M.
de Llano


2
:
00
-
2
:
25

T
3
A0
200

Mitsuru Izumi






BULK HIGH TEMPERATUR
E SUPERCONDUCTORS


2
:
25
-
2
:
50

T
3
A0
225

A
.
MAEDA


THz SPECTROSCOPY OF CUPRATE SUPERCONDUCTORS AND
Fe
-
BASED SUPERCONDUCTORS

2
:
50
-
3
:
15

T3A0
250

W. M. Yang


MAGNETIC LEVITATION AND IT APPLICATION FOR
EDUCATION DEVICES BASED ON YBCO

BULK
SU
PERCONDUCTORS

3
:
15
-
3
:
40

T3A0
315


T. A
dachi

CONTRASTING ELECTRONIC HOMOGENEITY BETWEEN
HOLE
-

AND ELECTRON
-
DOPED HIGH
-
T
c CUPRATES PROBED
BY THE MAGNETIZATION AND SPECIFIC HEAT


Coffee Break


3:
5

5
-

5
:
35

Session T
4
A
-
Plenary



Room A




Chair:

A. Maeda


3:
55
-
4
:
20

T4A03
55

C.

Q.

Jin


PRESSURE INDUCED SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN
TOPOLOGICAL COMPOUNDS

4
:
20
-
4:
4
5

T4A0
420

S.

Deng






A REVERSE APPROACH TO SUPERCONDUCTIVITY


4:
45
-
5
:
10

T4A0
445

Y.

Zhao


PROGRESS OF LONG

COATED CONDUCTORS

FABRICATION
WITH FLUORINE
-
FREE C
HEMICAL

SOLUTION DIPOSITION
METHOD AT SWJTU

5
:
10
-
5:
35

T4A0
510

G. L.

Zhao


STRONG VARIATION OF DENSITY OF STATES AND
ANOMALOUS ISOTOPE EFFECT IN LOW AND HIGH Tc

SUPERCONDUCTORS

5:35
-
6:00

T
4A0535

Y.

M. Malozovsky


FERMI LIQUID AND SUPERCONDUCTIVITY FROM
REPULSIVE

INTERACTION



7:30
-
9:30

PM


Session T
5
A
-

Poster

Room A




Chair:
W. M. Yang


Poster I

-

Theory of Superconductivity



P
-
I
-
01

Yuriy

Malozovsky

MAGNETIC POLARONS AND MAGNETIC
PHASE TRANSITIONS IN NEARLY
FERROMAGNETIC OR ANTIFERROMAGNETIC
FERMI LIQUIDS

P
-
I
-
02

J


D


Fan

SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND

ANTIFERROMAGNETISM IN
ANTIFERROMAGNETIC FERMI LIQUID

P
-
I
-
03

T.T. XIAO

MODELING AND FACTOR
ANALYSIS FOR
PULSED LASER DEPOSIT
ION NDBA
2
C
3
O
7
-
Δ
5


THIN FILMS VIA SVR


P
-
I
-
04

H
.

ZHAO

STUDY OF ELECTRONIC
CORRELATED
MODEL OF

ORGANIC

SUPERCONDUCTIVITY

P
-
I
-
05

D.

H.

LIN

E
XPLORATION AND
R
ESEARCH ON
N
EW

S
UPERCONDUCTIVE MIXED

MICROMECHANISM

Poster II


Modeling and Computational Superconductivity


P
-
II
-
01

Kruchinin S.

P.

BAND STRUCTURE OF NE
W ERFEASO
SUPERCONDUCTORS

P
-
II
-
02

Chung
-
Jen O
u


NUMERICAL SOLUTION A
ND STABILITIES OF
C0
-
CONTINUES TYPE LANDA
U LIFSHITZ
GILBERT EQUATION FOR

SPIN DYNAMICS

P
-
II
-
03

F. YUAN

LOCAL DENSITY OF STA
TES AROUND TWO
MAGNETIC IMPURITIES
IN CUPRATE
SUPERCONDUCTORS

P
-
II
-
04

Chung
-
Jen Ou

NOVEL APPROACH FOR H
UBBAR
D MODEL
WITH ELECTRON SCATTE
RINGS

P
-
II
-
05

Q
.

GU

DIAMAGNETISM OF CHARGED BOSE GASES
UNDER CONFINEMENTS

P
-
II
-
06

C.

Z. CAI

PREDICTING THE SUPERCONDUCTING
TRANSITION TEMPERATURE
T
c FOR HIGH
-
T
c
COPPER OXIDE SUPERCONDUCTORS BY
USING SVR

P
-
II
-
07

S
.

J
.
HUANG

I
N
VESTIGATION ON THE
SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF DOPING MgB
2

BY
USING SVR

P
-
II
-
08

S
.

J
.
HUANG

OPTIMIZATION OF THE PRESCRIPTION OF
Nd
-
Fe
-
B ALLOY USING SVR

P
-
II
-
09

J.

F. PEI

PREDICTION
T
c

OF PULSED LASER
DEPOSITED Nd
1
-
x
Ba
2+x
Cu
3
O
7
-
δ
THIN FILMS BY
SVR

P
-
II
-
10

G.

L. WANG

MODELING THE SUPERCONDUCTING
TRANSITION TEMPARATURE
T
c

OF STRONG
COUPLING SUPERCONDUCTORS BY USING
SVR

P
-
II
-
11

F.

Q. YUAN

PREDICTING THE SUPERCONDUCTING
TRANSITION TEMPERATURE OF BINARY
METALLIC GLASSES VIA SVR

P
-
II
-
12

S. ZHAO

ESTIMATION ON SUPERCONDUCTING
TRANSITION TEMPERATURE
T
c
OF YBCO
/

YBSCO SUPERCONDUCTOR
S BASED ON THE
CHARACTERISTIC PARAMETERS

BY USING
SVR

P
-
II
-
13

X.

J. Z
HU

STUDY ON THE ONSET TEMPERATURE OF
SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF Fe
-
BASED
O
XYPNICTIDE SUPERCO
NDUCTORS VIA SVR

P
-
II
-
14

J.

L. T
ANG

MODELING AND PREDICTING MAGNETIC
FLUX DENSITY OF SUPERCONDUCTING
SOLENOID BY USING SUPPORT VECTOR
REGRESSION

P
-
II
-
1
5

G.

L. WANG

S
UPERCONDUCTING

TRANSITION

TEMPERATURE
T
c

ESTIMIZATION FOR
SUPERCONDUCTIVE ELEMENTS VIA SV
R


6


P
-
II
-
016


J


F. P
EI

P
REDICTION
OF
SATURATION
MAGNETIZATION FOR

NiZn
FERRITES BASED
ON CHEMICAL COMPONENTS SVR


P
-
II
-
1
7

C. Z. CAI

EMPIRICAL RESEARCH ON COMMON
CORRELATIONS OF
T
c

WITH CRYSTAL
CHEMICAL PARAMETERS IN LAYERED
NICKEL BOROCARBIDES

P
-
II
-
1
8

F.

Q. YUAN

PREDICTION OF ELECTRON
-
PHONON
COUPLING STRENGH OF BINARY
SUPERCONDUCTING ALLOYS BASED ON
PHYSICO
-
CHEMICAL PARAMETERS VIA SVR

P
-
II
-
19

S
.
Zhao

PREDICT
ING

THE
T
c

AND
J
c

OF YBCO THIN
FI
LMS DEPOSITED BY PHOTO
-
ASSISTED

MOCVD VIA SVR

P
-
II
-
2
0

X


J


Zh
u

SVR
-
BASED MODELING THE
SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION
TEMPERATURE FOR Y
1
-
x
Ca
x
Ba
2
Cu
2
-
x
M
x
O
7
-
δ

SYSTEM

P
-
II
-
2
1

T


T


Xiao

INTERRACTION OF PROCESS PARAMENTERS
IN THE LASER DEPOSITION OF YBa
2
Cu
3
O
7

FILMS BY USING SUPPORT VECTOR
REGRESSION

Poster III
-

Physical Pro
perties


P
-
III
-
01

G. L. Zhao

THERMOELECTRIC PROPERTIES IN DOPED
C
60
BULK M
ATERIALS

P
-
III
-
0
2

ZHI ZHANG

P
REDICT

THERMOPHYSICAL

PROPERTIES

OF

METHANE

BASED

ON

MOLECULAR

DYNAMICS

SIMULATION

P
-
III
-
0
3

Kun Yang

DETECTION OF STRIPED
SUPERCONDUCTORS USING MAGNET
IC
FIELD MODULATED JOSEPHSON EFFECT

P
-
III
-
0
4

Z.

H. ZHANG

THEORETICAL STUDIES OF THE G
FACTORS FOR THE TETRAGONAL Cu
2+
SITE
IN Y
2
BaCuO
8

P
-
III
-
0
5

Z.

H. ZHANG

INVESTIGATIONS ON THE ANISOTROPIC
GYROMAGNETIC FACTORS OF THE
TETRAGONAL Cu
2+

M
ONOMERS IN Tl
-
2223
SUPERCONDUCTORS

P
-
III
-
0
6

H.

M. ZHANG

THEORETICAL STUDIES OF THE EPR G
FACTORS OF THE TETRAGONAL Cu
2+
(2)
CENTER IN YBa
2
Cu
3
O
7

δ

P
-
III
-
0
7

H.

M. ZHANG

INVESTIGATIONS ON
THE G FACTORS FOR

THE ORTHORHOMBIC C
u
2+
(1) SITE IN

YBA
2
CU
3
O
7

Δ

P
-
III
-
08

S.

Y. WU

STUDIES ON THE EPR G

FACTORS OF THE
TETRAGONAL N
d
B
a
2
C
u
3
O
6.1

P
-
III
-
09

S.

Y. WU

INVESTIGATIONS OF TH
E EPR G FACTORS
FOR THE ORTHORHMBIC
C
u
2+
(1) CENTER IN

FRESH

P
r
B
a
2
C
u
3
O
6+X

POWDERS

P
-
III
-
10

Bo Li

R
ECONSIDERATION

OF

E
LEMENT

S
UBS
TITUTION

E
FFECT

IN

YB
a
2
C
u
3
O
7
-
Δ

P
-
III
-
11

W. T.

Jin

STRUCTURAL PHASE TRANSITION IN BULK
7


YBa
1.6
La
0.4
Cu
3
O
7
-
δ

SUPERCONDUCTOR

P
-
III
-
12

S. J. Hao

TEMPERATURE
-
INDUCED ORTHORHOMBIC
-
TETRAGONAL PHASE TRANSITION IN
Y
0.9
Ca
0.1
Ba
2
Cu
2.9
Zn
0.1
O
z

SUPERCONDUCTOR

P
-
III
-
13

Z
HI ZHANG

A
NEW APPROACH TO CALCULATE CO
2

SOLUBILITY IN CRYOGENIC METHANE BY
MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION

P
-
III
-
1
4

A.

M. ZHANG

SPIN
-
FRUSTRATED EFFECT AND THE
MAGNETIC PROPERTIES IN YMN
(1
-
X)
AL
X
O
3

P
-
III
-
1
5

R. Mohan

STRUCTURAL, ELECTRIC
AL AND MAGNETIC
STUDY

OF
RuSr
2
-
x
Ba
x
Gd
1.4
Ce
0.6
Cu
2
O
10
-
δ

SUPERCONDUCTORS

P
-
III
-
16

Y
.

SUN

UNCONVENTIONAL M
AGNETI
C TRANSITION
IN N
a
x
C
o
O
2

(
x

> 0.7) SINGLE CRYSTA
LS

P
-
III
-
17

D
.

G. NAUGLE

TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF A
SUPERCONDUCTING FILM WITH MAGNETIC
NANOSTRIPES

P
-
III
-
18

H
.

Zh
ang


ANORMAL BEHAVIORS IN Y
1
-
x
Pr
x
Ba
2
Cu
3
O
7
-
y

P
-
III
-
19

Y
.
Z
.
Zh
ang

T
RANSPORT PROPERTIES OF

La
2
-
x1
Sr
x1
CuO
4+

/

La
2
-
x2
Sr
x2
CuO
4+



MULTILAYERS GROWN BY
LASER ABLATION

P
-
III
-
2
0

K. KIM

SUPERCONDUCTING FILM WITH AN ARRAY
OF MAGNETIC NANOSTRIPES

P
-
III
-
2
1

JOHN Y.T. WEI

MULTIBAND SUPERCONDU
CTIVITY I
N 2H
-
NbSe
2

REVEALED BY CRYOMAGN
ETIC STM
SPECTROSCOPY UNDER F
INITE SUPERFLUID
MOMENTUM

Poster IV



New Superconductors


P
-
IV
-
0
1

Z. H. Liu

MgB
2

FILMS GROWN ON SINGLE CRYSTAL
AG LAYERS

P
-
IV
-
0
2

Bo Li

N
UMERICAL STUDY OF MAGNETIC
PENETRATION DEPTH IN
MgB2

P
-
IV
-
0
3

J. C. Zhuang

FLUX PINNING PROPERTIES OF
POLYCRYSTALLINE SMFE
0.9
CO
0.1
ASO

P
-
IV
-
0
4

Y. Sun

MAGNETIC RELAXATION STUDY OF
SUPERCONDUCTING S
m
F
e
0.9
C
o
0.1
A
s
O


Poster V



Applications and Devices


P
-
V
-
0
1

D.

H.

LIN

T
HE RESEARCH FOR SUPERCONDUCTING
ENERGY

S
TO
RAGE PATTERNS
A
ND ITS
PRACTICAL

COUNTERMEASURES

P
-
V
-
0
2

X. Zhang

PREPARATION
OF
B
a
Z
r
O
3


BUFFER LAYER FOR
COATED CONDUCTORS
WITH

POLYMER
-
ASSISTED CHEMICAL SOLUTION DEPOSITED
METHOD

P
-
V
-
0
3

J
.
S. Wang

LEVITATION PERFORMANCE OF A
MAGNETIZED BULK HIGH
-

T
c

SUPE
RCONDUCTOR WITH DIFFERENT
DEMAGNETIZATION PROCESS

P
-
V
-
0
4

Kun. XU

EFFECT OF Nb
2
O
5
, HfO
2

DOPING ON THE FLUX
TRAPPING PROPERTIES OF GdBa
2
Cu
3
O
7
-
δ

Bulk
SUPERCONDUCTORS

P
-
V
-
0
5

W.

T. Wang

INFLUENCE OF HEAT TREATMENT ON
8


STRUCTURE AND SUPERCONDUCTING
PROPERTIES O
F YBCO FILM BY CHEMICAL
SOLUTION DEPOSITION METHOD

P
-
V
-
0
6

D. XU

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE CRITICAL
CURRENT DENSITY OF YBCO FILMS AND

THE TEXTURE OF CeO
2
-
CAP LAYERS

P
-
V
-
0
7

J. JIANG

A HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTING
MAGLEV VEHICLE IN EVACUATED TUBE
TRANSP
ORT

P
-
V
-
0
8

D.

H. Jiang

A NOVEL HIGH TEMPERATURE
SUPERCONDUCTING MAGLEV VEHICLE
WITH

A PROPULSION ENGINE

P
-
V
-
09

Y.

K. Wei

PREPARATION AND MEASUREMENT OF
YBa
2
Cu
3
O
7

JOSEPHSON

JUNCTIONS ON
SrTiO
3

BICRYSTAL

P
-
V
-
10

S. Saini

FABRICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF

SUBMICRON JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS OF
Y123/PR123 MULTILAYERED THIN FILMS

P
-
V
-
11

XiaokeSong

TUNING METHOD FOR A HTS FILTER

OF
INTERDIGITAL
-
LIKE RESONATOR

IN THE TIME
DOMAIN

P
-
V
-
12

C
huan
Ke

FLUX PINING BEHAVIOR OF M
g
B
2

DOPED WITH
F
e

AND F
e
2
O
3

NANOWIRES

Poster

VI



Cryogenic

Science and Technology


P
-
V
I
-
0
1

Zhang Qiang

THEORY

OF

THE

EJECTING

LOW
-
TEMPERATURE

COOLING

SUPERCONDUCTING

MAGNET

AND

PRELIMINARY

EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH

P
-
V
I
-
0
2

Y. R. LI

THERMODYNAMIC ANALYSIS

ON

THE
COUNTER
-
FLOW HEAT EXCHANGER WITH
THE

CO
NDENSATION HEAT TRANSFER

OF

BINARY MIXTURE VAPORS

P
-
V
I
-
0
3

A. P. Liu

STUDY OF THE DYNAMIC
CHARACTERISTICS OF PIEZOELECTRIC
MICRO
-
CANTILEVER PROBE

P
-
V
I
-
0
4

Z
.

J
.
HU

TANDEM THERMOACOUSTI
C
REFRIGERATION TECHNI
QUE DRIVEN BY
HEAT

P
-
V
I
-
0
5

Z
.

J
.
HU

HELIUM EXTRAC
TION AND PRODUCTION
TECHNIQUES FROM AIR SEPERATION PLANT
PURGE GAS

P
-
V
I
-
0
6

N. Peng

THERMO
-
HYDRAULIC ANALYSIS OF COOL
-
DOWN FOR ITER TOROIDAL FIELD COILS
FROM 80 K TO 6 K

P
-
VI
-
0
7

M.W. TONG

CALCULATION AND MEASUREMENT ON
HOISTING HEIGHT OF LIQUID NITROGEN I
N
CAPILLARY POROSITY WICK

Poster VII



Ferroelectric Materials


P
-
V
II
-
0
1

J
.

T. Wang

SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF


(1
-
x)(Na
0.5
Bi
0.5
)TiO
3

x(Ga
2
O
3
) SOLID SOLUTION

P
-
V
I
I
-
0
2

H. Z. CHEN

MICROSTRUCTURE AND FERROELECTRIC
PROPERTIES OF B
i
4
T
i
2.96
T
a
0.04
O
12

T
HIN FILMS
PREPARED BY SOL
-
GEL METHOD

9


P
-
V
II
-
0
3

Chung
-
Jen Ou

BISTABLE STATE MODEL FOR B
i
4
-
x
E
u
x
T
i
3
O
12

(BETO)
FERROELECTRIC MATERIAL

P
-
V
I
I
-
0
4

Q. YUAN

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE STRESS AND
STRAIN IN SMART COMPOSITE BEAM WITH
FERROELECTRIC CERAMIC SENSOR

P
-
V
I
I
-
0
5

D. G. YIN

A CONSITUTIVE MODEL INVOLVING VOID
EVOLUTION OF FERROELECTRIC
MATERIALS

P
-
V
I
I
-
0
6

J
.

T. Wang

DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF (1
-
x)
(Na
0.5
Bi
0.5
)TiO
3


x( BiGaO
3
) SOLID SOLUTION

Poster VIII
-

GMR/CMR/TMR


P
-
V
III
-
0
1

S. H. HAN

STRUCTURAL AND MAGNETIC PR
OPERTIES
OF ULTRA
-
THIN COBALT AND IRON FILMS
ON TRIS(8
-
HYDROXYQUINOLINE)
ALUMINUM ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTORS

P
-
V
III
-
0
2

J. Liu

FIRST
-
PRINCIPLES RESEARCHES ON THE
ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF

C
-
DOPED GYPSUMS: PREDICTED NEW HALF
-
METALLIC FERROMAGNETS

P
-
V
III
-
0
3

S. J. Fang

ANNEALING EFFECT ON STRUCTURE AND
OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF MANGANESE

DOPED TRIS(8
-
HYDROXYQUINOLINATE)
GALLIUM THIN FILMS

P
-
V
III
-
0
4

H
.

ZHAO

EFFECT OF
LONG
-
RANGE ELECTRONIC
CORRELATION
ON PROPERTIES OF GROUND
STATE OF CMR MATERIAL/OR
GANIC
POLYMER STRUCTURE

P
-
V
III
-
0
5

L.

Q. Y
ANG

ELECTRICAL TRANSPORT AND LOW
--
FIELD
MAGNETORESISTANCE IN

La
0.
8
Sr
0.
2
MnO
3
/
Zn
COMPOSITES

P
-
V
III
-
0
6

S. Saini

EFFECTS OF A
-
SITE CATION DISORDER

ON
STRUCTURE AND ELECTR
ICAL PROPERTIES
OF
Sm
1
-
x
Sr
x
MnO
3

(X 0.45, 0.5 AN
D 0.55)

PosterIX
-

Propetires and Superconductivity of Nanomaterials


P
-
IX
-
0
1

Chung
-
Jen Ou

BIOCOMPABILITIES OF Z
n
O NANOWIRE
MATERIAL

FOR MULTIPOINT PHOTO
-
STIMULATING EXPERIMENT

ON
BIOLOGICAL TISSUE

P
-
IX
-
0
2

B.

CHEN

NANO
-
PARALLEL

STRUCTURE

OF
TOOTH

P
-
IX
-
0
3

B.

CHEN

NANOMETER

VOLUTE STRUCTURE

OF BONE

P
-
IX
-
0
4

GAO Hong

MOLECULAR DYNAMICS S
IMULATION OF
C
U
NANO
-
CLUSTER DEPOSITING O
N
C
U
SURFACE IN COLD GAS
SPRAY

P
-
IX
-
0
5

M.

LEI

THE REBIO
3
/NIO BILAYER
BUFFER LAYER FOR
REBCO COATCONDUCTER

P
-
IX
-
0
6

C.

C. Lin

COMPA
RISON OF THE

S
TRUCTURAL AND
O
PTICAL PROPERTIES

BETWEEN C
u
-
DOPED
AND Y
-
DOPED Z
n
O NANORODS

P
-
IX
-
0
7

Feila Liu

B
IOSENSORS
B
ASED

ON

S
INGLE
-
WALLED

C
ARBON

N
ANOTUBES

FOR

THE

D
ETECTION
OF

P
OLAR

V
OLATILE

O
RGANIC

C
OMPOUNDS

OF

L
UNG

C
ANCER

P
-
IX
-
0
8

Yangli Luo

PREPARAT
ION AND ELECTROCHEMICAL
10


PROPERTIES OF CHAIN
-
LIKE NANOCARBONS
BY HYDROTHERMAL CARBONIZATION OF
LOW CONCENCTRATION GLUCOSE

P
-
IX
-
0
9

X
.

S
H
EN

INFLUNENCE OF ANNEALING ON THE
OPTICAL CONSTANTS OF

Ga
-
Doped

ZnO
THIN
FILMS

P
-
IX
-
1
0

Chuan Ke

PREPARATION
AND PROPERTI
ES OF Fe and
Fe
2
O
3

NANOWIRES

P
-
IX
-
1
1

J
.
HU

XPS STUDY OF IN
-
DOPED NANO
-
ZNO FILM
PREPARED AT DIFFEREN
T
SUBSTRATE
TEMPERATURE

BY
RF MAGNETRON
SPUTTERING

P
-
IX
-
1
2

S. L. YOUNG

GROWTH RATE ENHANCEM
ENT

OF
Z
n
O
NANORODS INDUCED BY
Al
DOPING
SYNTHESIZED VIA A HY
DRO
THERMAL
MATHOD

P
-
IX
-
1
3

L. J. CAO

A
NOVEL SELECTED
-
CONTROL
HYDROTHERMAL METHOD OF USING THE
KMnO
4

AS REAGENT AND
Na
2
S
2
O
3
∙5H
2
O
AS
REDUCTANT

TO SYNTHESIS

α/γ
-
MnO
2

NANOSTRUCTURES AND THEIR
ELECTROCHEMICAL CAPACITANCE
PROPERTIES

P
-
IX
-
1
4

M. C. KAO

EFFECTS OF
GADOLINIUM

DOPING ON THE
Z
N
O NANOCRYS
T
ALLINE FILMS FOR DYE
-
SENSITIZED SOLAR CELLS

P
-
IX
-
15

X. X. Yao

THE APPLICATION FOR NANO
-
ZNO THIN
FILM IN THE TAPPIN
G MODE SPM
CANTILEVER

P
-
IX
-
16

X. X. Yao

THE SIMULATION ANALYSIS OF NANO
-
ZNO
PIEZOELECTRIC FILM BASED ON SPM
MICRO
-
CANTILEVER

P
-
IX
-
17

Honglin Fang

PREPARATION OF TIN OXIDE/MULTIWALLED
CARBON NANOTUBE NANOCOMPOSITES
AND ITS APPLICATION FOR GAS SENSING

Pos
ter X



Related Materials


P
-
X
-
0
1

Z. J. WU

RESEARCH ON FLUID FLOW AND HEAT
TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS IN CHANNEL

OF HONEY COMBED PLATE HEAT
EXCHANGER

P
-
X
-
0
2

L. PENG

EFFECTS OF AXIAL MAGNETIC FIELD ON
THERMOCAPILLARY
-
BUOYANCY

CONVECTION IN DETACHED
SOLIDIF
ICATION

P
-
X
-
0
3

Hui
-
Ning Dong

THEORETICAL

RESEARCH

ON

THE OPTICAL
SPECTRA AND

EPR

PARAMETERS FOR
Cs
2
NaYCl
6
:
Dy
3+


CRYSTAL

P
-
X
-
0
4

Guo
-
Ya Xie

THEORETICAL INVEST
IGATIONS OF THE EPR
PARAMETERS OF CUBIC

Yb
3+

CENTER IN
PbS
,

PbSe and PbTe
SEMICONDUCTORS

P
-
X
-
0
5

D. M. Mo

LINEAR
-
STABILITY ANALYSIS OF
THERMOCAPILLARY
-
BUOYANCY FLOW IN
ENCAPSULATED CRYSTAL MATERIAL
GROWTH

11


P
-
X
-
0
6

S. L. YOUNG

I
NFLUENCE OF F
e

DOPING ON
THE OPTICAL
AND MAGNETIC CHARACT
ERISTICS OF
RTA
TREATED
TRANSPARENT

Zn
1
-
x
Fe
x
O
NANOCRYSTALLINE FILM
S

P
-
X
-
0
7

Y. R. LI

A
SYMPTOTIC

SOLUTION OF
THERMOCAPILLARY FLOW IN A SLOWLY
ROTATING SHALLOW ANNULAR TWO
-
LAYER POOL

P
-
X
-
0
8

A. P.
Liu

STRUCTURE SIZE

S

EFFECT O
N THE

PERFORMANCE

OF THE
SPM
PIEZOELECTRIC

MICRO
-
CANTILEVER

P
-
X
-
0
9

Xian
-
Rong Liu

STUDIES OF THE OPTICAL SPECTRA AND
EPR PARAMETERS FOR Dy
3+

ION IN CaMoO
4

CRYS
TAL



Friday
,
June

10
, 20
11









8:
3
0
-
10
:
3
0

AM

Session F1B


Theory of Superconductivity

Mechanism

Room B




Chair:

T. Adachi


8:
30
-
8:
5
0

F1B08
30

V.V. KABANOV


UNCONVENTIONAL HIGH
-
TEMPERATURE
SUPERCONDUCTIVITY FROM REPULSIVE INTERACTIONS:
THEORETICAL
CONSTRAINTS

8:
5
0
-
9
:
1
0

F1B08
50

X. W. YU

FABRICATION OF (BI,PB)
-
2223/AG/NI COMPOSITE SHEATHED
TAPES

9
:
1
0
-
9:
3
0

F1B0
910

Paolo Tripodi


PdH
2

AN ULTRA HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTOR


9:
3
0
-
9:
5
0

F1B09
3
0

Kun Yang



EXOTIC PAIRING STATES IN FERMIONIC
SUPERCONDUCTOR
S AND SUPERFLUIDS WITH
UNBALANCED PAIRING SPECIES

9:
5
0
-
10
:
1
0

F1B09
5
0

Min
-
Chul Cha



ASYMMETRIC TWO
-
COMPONENT BOSON MIXTURE IN A
ONE
-
DIMENSIONAL OPTIAL LATTICE

10
:
1
0
-
10
:
3
0

F1B
1010

G.

P. MALIK



SOME IMPLICATIONS OF AN ALTERNATE EQUATION
FOR THE BCS ENERGY G
AP


Coffee Break


10:45
-
1
2
:
20

Session F2B



Applications and Devices

Room B




Chair:

Paolo Tripodi


10
:
4
5
-
1
1
:
0
5

F2B
104
5

J. Yang




STUDY OF REEL
-
TO
-
REEL FABRICATION FOR YBCO COATED

CONDUCTOR
BY PLD

11
:
0
5
-
1
1
:
2
5

F2B1
10
5

Xiaoping Zhang





A SIX
-
POLE NARROW
-
BAND HIGH TEMPERATURE



SUPERCONDUCTING FILTER WITH WIDE STOPBAND

12


RESPONSE AT P
-
BAND

11
:
2
5
-
1
1
:
4
5

F2B1
12
5

Z
.

Deng



TRA
PPED FLUX AND LEVITATION PROPERTIES OF MULTI
-
SEEDED YBCO BULKS FOR HTS MAGNETIC DEVICE
APPLICATIONS

1
1
:
4
5
-
1
2
:
0
5

F2B1
14
5

B. W. TAO


THE HOMOGENITY OF YBCO THIN FILMS DEPOSITED WITH
SPUTTERING


Lunch



2
:00
-
3:
2
0

PM

Session F3B



New Superconductors


Room B




Chair:

J.
Yang


2
:00
-
2
:20

F3B0
2
00

Yoshihiko Takano

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES INDUCE
SUPERCONDUCT
IVITY
IRO CHALCOGNIDE

2
:20
-
2
:40

F3B0
2
20

Motoyuki Ishikado


SPIN RESONANCE ON Fe
-
BASED SUPERCONDUCTOR
BaFe2(As,P)2 WITH NODAL GAP SYMMETRY


2
:40
-
3
:00

F3B0
2
40

R. P
uz
niak

IMPACT OF GROWTH CONDITIONS, CHEMICAL
SUBSTITUTIONS, AND PRESSURE ON SUPERCONDUCTING
PROPERTIES OF FeTe1
-
xSex SINGLE CRYSTALS


3
:00
-
3
:20

F3B0
3
00

Y. Asano


ANOMALOUS SURFACE IMPEDANCE DUE TO ODD
-
FREQUENCY COOPER PAIRS


Coffee Break


3:
45
-
4:
3
5

Session F
4
B



New Superconductors

Room B




Chair:

Y. Asano


3:45
-
4:05

F
4
B0345

L. X. Cao

STRUCTURAL AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF THE IRON
CHALCOGENIDE THIN FILMS

4:05
-
4:20

F
4
B0405

D. H. Kim


SUBSTRATE TEMPERATUR
E EFFECT ON CRITICAL

CURRENT
DENSITIES AND

IRREVERSIBILI
TY FIELDS IN MGB FI
LMS ON
HASTELLOY

4:20
-
4:35

F4
B0420

J
ohn Y.T. Wei


NANOSCALE PROBE OF C
HIRAL
d
-
WAVE PAIRING IN A
CUPRATE SUPERCONDUCT
OR

4:35
-
4:55

F4B0435

Wei Man Wu

VOTEX STRUCTURE AND MAGNETIZATION OF
SUPERCONDUCTING Pb NANOWIRES

4:55
-
5
:10

F4B04
5
5

T. J. Hwang

HIGH CURRENT INDUCED IDEAL INVERSE SPIN
-
SWITCH
BEHAVIOR IN PERMALLOY/NB/PERMALLOY TRILAYERS


8:
3
0
-
10:
30

Session F1C



Physical Properties

Room C

13





Chair:

T. SHIBAUCHI


8:
3
0
-
8:
5
0

F1C08
3
0

J. KOLÁČEK

JOSEPHSON RELATION A
ND LORENTZ FORCE

8:
5
0
-
9
:
1
0

F1C08
50

Hui
-
Ning Dong

INVESTIGATIONS

ON THE SPIN HAMILTONIAN
PARAMETERS FOR Y
b
3+

ION IN Bi
2
Sr
2
YCu
2
O
8

9
:
1
0
-
9:
3
0

F1C0
91
0

A.

TSUKADA

POINT
-
CONTACT TUNNELING SPECTROSCOPY ON

TlBa
2
Ca
n
-
1
Cu
n
O
y

9:
3
0
-
9:
5
0

F1C09
3
0

T. Machida

DISAPPEARANCE OF ZINC IMPURITY RESON
ANCE IN
LARGE
-
GAP REGIONS OF Bi
2
Sr
2
CaCu
2
O
8+

PROBED BY
SCANNING TUNNELING SPECTROSCOPY


9:
5
0
-
10
:
1
0

F1C09
5
0

Q. Cui

GENERIC SIGNATURES OF LARKIN
-
OVCHINNIKOV STATE
VIA HYBRIDIZED MIDGAP BAND STATES

10
:
1
0
-
10:
3
0

F1C
101
0

Tomohito NAKANO

LOW TEMPERATURE PROPERTIES OF PRESSURE INDUCED
SUPERCONDUCTOR CEPTSI
2


Coffee Break


10:
4
5
-
1
2
:
2
5

Session F2C

-

Physical Properties


Room C




Chair:

T.
Machida


10:45
-
11:05

F2C1045

T. SHIBAUCHI

NODAL
S
-
WAVE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN

BaFe
2
(As,P)
2


11:05
-
11:25

F2C1105

I. F. LYUKSYUTOV

CONTROLLING SUPERCONDUCTIVITY WITH

MAGNETIC
NANOSTRUCTURES


1
1
:
2
5
-
11:
40

F2C1125

Yun

Song

A NUMERICAL STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF DISORDER ON
OPTICAL CONDUCTIVITY IN

INHOMOGENOUS
SUPERCONDUCTOR

11:
40
-
11:
5
5

F2C
1
140

A.

N. KOCHARIAN


ELECTRON PAIRING INSTABILITIES AND SUPERLATTICE
MODULATION ON COH
ERENT PAIRING GAP IN

Bi
2
Sr
2
CaCu
2
O
8+a


11:
55
-
1
2
:
10

F2C
1
155

M. C. KAO


MAGNETIC AND MULTIFERROIC PROPERTIES AND
LEAKAGE CURRENT MECHANISMS OF B
i
1
-
x
G
d
x
F
e
O
3

THIN
FILMS

1
2
:
10
-
1
2
:
25

F2C
1
210

H. Z. CHEN


MAGNETIC

AND

STRUCTURAL

TRANSITION PROPERTIES OF
NIOBIUM
-
DOP
ED B
i
F
e
O
3

THIN FILMS



Lunch

Break


2
:00
-
3:
3
0

Session F3C


Properties and Superconductivity of Nanomaterials

Room C




Chair:

A.

TSUKADA


14


2
:00
-
2
:20

F3C0
2
00

Zhi Wang

NONLOCAL ENTANGLED ELECTRONS MANIPULATED BY
JOSEPHSON CURRENT

2
:20
-
2
:40

F3C0
2
20

K. Hirata

V
ORTEX STATES OF SUPERCONDUCTING NANOWIRES


2
:40
-
3
:00

F3C0
2
40

M B Sobnack

V
ortex structures and magnetization of superconducting Pb nanowires


3
:00
-
3
:
15

F3C0
3
00

H.

B.

RUAN

ROOM
-
TEMPERATURE FERROMAG
NETISM IN Z
n
O:M
n

THIN
FILMS IMPLANTED WITH

NITROGEN

IONS

3
:
15
-
3
:
30

F3C0
315

S.

X.

WANG

PHOTOSENSITIVITY OF A SINGLE CDSE NANOWIRE DEVICE




Coffee Break


3:
4
5
-
5:
5
0

Session F4C



Properties and Superconductivity of Nanomaterials

Room C




Chair:

K. Hirata


3:
4
5
-
4
:
0
5

F4C03
4
5

Y.

REN


PROPERTIES OF ALL
-
SO
LID
-

STATE LITHIUM
-
ION
RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES DEPOSITED BY RF
MAGNETRON SPUTTERING

4
:
0
5
-
4
:
20

F4C0
405

C. Y. Kung


MAGNETIC

PROPERTIES OF ONE DI
MENSIONAL
Sm
-
DOPED
ZnO
NANOSTRUCTURES FABRI
CATED BY HYDROTHERMA
L
METHOD

4
:
20
-
4:
40

F4C0
420

T.

P. C
hen

T
c

AND TRANSP
ORT PROPERTIES OF METAL DOPED PBCO
NANO
-
SIZE FILMS

4:
40
-
4:
5
5

F4C04
40

C. L. Zhang


ROOM
-
TEMPERATURE FERROMAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF Co
-
DOPED ZnO NANOROD ARRAYS

4:
5
5
-
5
:
10

F4C04
5
5

Q.

L.

HUANG


EFFECT OF POLYETHYLE
NEIMINE (PEI)
ON Z
N
O NANOROD
GROWTH AND ITS APPLI
CATION IN DYE
-
SENSITIZED SOLAR
CELLS

5
:
10
-
5:
2
5

F4C0
510

Z. Y. Zhang


SEEBECK EFFECT OF MONOCLINIC FeMoO
4

NANORODS



5
:
25
-
5:
40

F4C0
525

P
.
XIAO

HYDROXYL

MODIFIED

TITANIA

NANOTUBE

ARRAYS

AND

ITS PHOTOELECTROCHEMICA
L PROPERTIES


5
:
40
-
5:
5
5

F4C0
540

J
.

Xu

S
YNTHESIS AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF EUROPIUM DOPED
BARIUM VANADATE NANOFLOWERS



8:
3
0
-
10:
3
0

Session F1D



Modeling and Computational Superconductivity

Room D




Chair:

Y. Zhao


8:
3
0
-
8:
5
0

F1D08
3
0

Q
.

GU

COEXISTENCE OF
P
-
WAVE COOPER PAIRING AND
FERROMAGNETISM

8:
50
-
9
:
1
0

F1D08
5
0

A. Ramsak

15


COLLAPSE OF QUASIPARTICLES IN THE
t
-
J

MODEL


9
:
1
0
-
9:
3
0

F1D0
91
0

Z
.

B
.
Huang



EFFECT OF APICAL OXYGEN PHONON ON THE D
-
WAVE
SUPERCONDUCTING STATE IN THE HIGH
-
Tc CUPRATES

9:
3
0
-
9:
45

F1D09
3
0

S
hizhong Yang

COMPUTATION SIMULATE ON THE
A
xFe
2
Se
2

HIGH
-
TEMPERATURE STRUCTURAL SUPERCONDUCTOR

9:
45
-
10
:
05

F1D09
45

J. H.

She

SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN QUANTUM CRITICAL METALS

10
:
05
-
10
:
2
5

F1D
1005

D
.
G.NAUGLE

SUPERCONDUCTING FILM WITH EMBEDDED COBALT
NANORODS


Coffe
e Break





10:45
-
12:30

Session F
2D


Physical

Properties / Cryogenic Science and Technology

Room
D




Chair:

J. Kolacek


10:45
-
1100

F2D1045

Wei
-
Ping Cao

ROUGHNESS OF A SINGLE FLUX LINE IN TYPE
-
II
SUPERCONDUCTOR

WITH POINT
-
LIKE PINNING


11:00
-
11:15

F2D1100

C.

C. Lin

COMPARISON OF THE

MAGNETIC

PROPERTIES

BETWEEN C
u
-
DOPED AND Y
-
DOPED Z
n
O NANORODS

11:15
-
11:30

F2D1115

Meng
-
Bo Luo




DEPINNING
OF TWO
-
DIMENSIONAL VORTEX SYSTEM
WITH

SQUARE

PINNING ARRAY AT THE SECOND
MATCHING FIELD

11:30
-
11:45

F2D1130

J
.

Liu


STABLE STRUCTURES, E
LECTRIC AND MAGNETIC

PROPERITES OF NANA
-
PARTICLE S O
N
C (N=1
-
6) CLUSTERS:
FIRST
-
PRINCIPLES
CALCULATIONS

11:45
-
12:00

F
2D1145

ZENG
-
HU QIN




THE PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF LAKE
-
SOURCE



HEAT PUMP SYSTEM AND ITS APPLICATION IN THE DEEP



CRYOGENIC TECHNO
LOGY


12:00=12:15

F
2D1200

X
iong Lianyou

CRYOGENIC SYSTEM

FOR
PKU
-
FEL


12:15
-
12:30

F4
2D1215

C. H. LIN


EXTRINSIC MAGNETOTRANSOPRT PROTERTIES IN

POLYCRYSTALLINE LaDyPbMnO

12:30
-
12:45

F4
2D1230

X. X. Chao

THE EFFECT OF Y
2
Ba
4
CuWO
y

ADDITION ON THE PROPERTIES
OF
SINGLE DOMAIN YBCO SUPERCONDUCTORS BY TSIG
TECHNIQUE


Lunch


2
:00
-
3
:
45

Session F3D



Ferroelectric Material

Room D





Chair:

Jauyn Grace Lin

16



2
:00
-
2
:20

F3D0
2
00

W. Hu

THE INTEGRATION OF FUNCTIONAL OXIDE THIN FILM WITH

GaAs
By LASER MOLECULAR BEAM EPITAXY

2
:20
-
2
:40

F3D0
2
20

H
.

Z.

Zeng

TRAPPING PROPERTIES OF L
i
N
b
O
3

/A
l
G
a
N/G
a
N METAL
-
FERROELECTRIC
-
SEMICONDUCTOR

HETEROSTRUCTURE
CAPACITORS

BY CONDUCTANCE MEASUREMENTS


2
:40
-
3
:00

F3D0
2
40

Yuan Lin



POLYMER
-
ASSISTED DEPOSITION

OF
BARIUM TITANATE

FILMS ON NICKEL FOIL


3
:00
-
3
:
15

F3D0
3
00

X.

S. Y
ANG

RECENT ADVANCES IN

MAGNETORESISTANCE

3
:
15
-
3
:
3
0

F3D0
315

Z.

P.

Wu



RECTIFYING CHARACTERISTICS, MAGNETIC TUNABILITY,
AND PHOTOVOLTAIC RESPONSE

IN

La
1
-
x

Hf
x
MnO
3
/Nb
-
SrTiO
3

HETEROEPITAXIAL JUNCTIONS

3
:
3
0
-
3:
45

F3D0
33
0

L.Lin

MAGNETISM AND ELECTRONIC STRUCTURES OF TRIS (8
-
HYDROXYQUINOLINE) TRANSITION METAL

(Mn, Fe, Co)

BY
FIRST PRINCIPLES CALCULATIONS


Coffee Break


4
:
00
-
5
:
25

Session F4D



Heterostructures

Room D




Chair:

Q
.

G
u


4
:
00
-
4
:
20

F4D0
400

Jauyn Grace Lin

PROXIMITY AND SPIN INJECTION IN
SUPERCONDUCTING/MAGNETIC HETEROSTRUCTURE

4
:
20
-
4
:
40

F4D0
420

Jun Ma


THE LEVITATION FORCE CHARACTERISTICS BETWEEN A




PERMANENT

MAGNET AND A GDBCO

BULK MAGNET WITH



DIFFERENT TRAPPED FIELD DISTRIBUTION

4
:
40
-
4:
5
5

F4D0
440

X.

X.

Chao

THE EFFECT OF Y2Ba4CuWOy ADD
ITION ON THE
PROPERTIES OF SINGLE

DOMAIN YBCO SUPERCONDUCTORS BY TSIG TECHNIQUE

4:
5
5
-
5
:
1
0

F4D04
5
5

K
.
Moon

Q
UANTUM SPIN HALL EFFECT IN GRAPHENE
NANORIBBONS: EFFECT OF EDGE GEOMETRY

5
:
1
0
-
5
:
2
5

F4D0
51
0

L
.

Q
.
YANG

ELECTRICAL TRANSPORT AND LOW FIELD
MAGNETORESI
STANCE OF

La
0.
8
Sr
0.
2
MnO
3
/
Zn

COMPOSITES

5
:
25
-
5
:
4
5

F4D0
525

J
.

Gao

TUNABLE PHASE TRANSITION AND
PHOTOINDUCED
RESISTANCE IN CMR/
F
ERROELECTRIC HE
TEROSTRUCT



Banquet



6:0
0
-
6:3
0



Photo Taken


Chair

J

Gao



Front of Hotel


17



6:30
-
7:30



Banquet



Chair

J
.

D
.


n


Room A


7:30
-
8
:1
0



Presentation


Keynote Speaker: Jin
-
Tong Wang






Theme

A Study of Social Development from the Viewpoint of Physics





Presentation


K
eynote Speaker:
Alex Ignatiev





Theme

Supercondcutivity and the World's Energy Needs


8
:1
0
-
8:
2
0



Awards



Chair

H

Z桡湧


Room A



8:2
0
-
8:30



Closing Remarks


TBA











































18


Abstracts


T1A


Plenary, Session,
Room A

Thursday,

June

9
, 20
11

Chair:

J. Gao


T1A0920





9:20
-
9:45

SUPERCONDUCTIVITY FROM REPULSIVE
INTERACTIO
N
;

J. D.

F
an

and Y. M.
Malozovsky; Chongqing Academy
of Science and Technology, Chongqing, China;
Department of Physics, Southern University, Baton
Rouge, USA


It
is

a common sense that there must be an
attractive force to form a bound state between two
pa
rticles. For one hundred year’s investigations in the
mechanism of superconductivity one has been devoted
to identifying a mechanism of forming an attractive
force between two electrons. However, it seems that
one has ignored the difference of the interact
ion in real
space from that in momentum or
k
-
space. As a matter
of fact, the description of a bound state is given in
k
-
space; the requirement of an attractive force
(interaction) does not mean that the interaction in real
space must be attractive as well.

On the contrary, it
should be repulsive in real space. This can be well
understood by the fact that a liquid
He
3

can never be a
superfluid although exists an attractive force between
two atoms of the
He
3

fluid. However, under high
pressure
He
3

does become

a superfluid. This is because
the interaction between two atoms of
He
3

in k
-
space is
repulsive when it is attractive in real space. But the
interaction changes to attractive in k
-
space while it
becomes repulsive under high pressure in real space,
and thus

the condition to form a bound state is reached.


Similarly, one can well understand the
behavior of electrons in a metal or superconductor. It
therefore turns out that the repulsive

Columbic
interaction in real space is indeed converted to an
attractive i
nteraction between two quasiparticles in k
-
space and thus it becomes possible to form a bound
state in the system, leading to superconductivity once
the critical temperature is reached. It is just the
quasiparticles that are responsible for the physical
pr
operties, etc. observed experimentally


T1A0945



9:45
-
10:10

NOVEL PERSPECTIVES IN THE SO
-
CALLED
BCS
-
BEC CROSSOVER VIEW OF
SUPERCONDUCTORS


M. Grether &
M. de Llano

(UNAM, Mexico City)

A clear distinction can be made between BCS pairs

(which are not strictly bosons) and Cooper pairs (CPs)
(particles obeying Bose statistics). A recent
generalization of the Bose
-
Einstein condensation
(GBEC) statistical theory that excludes, as does BCS
theory, boson
-
boson interactions, but fully accounts

for
2e
-

and
also

(without loss of generality) 2hole(h)
-
CPs
interacting with unpaired electrons and holes. This
ternary boson
-
fermion
-
model formalism is essentially
an extension of the Friedberg
-
T.D. Lee 1989 BEC
theory of superconductors that excluded 2h
-
CPs. It can
thus recover, when the numbers of 2h
-

and 2e
-
CPs in
both BE
-
condensed
and

noncondensed states are
separately set equal to each other i) the BCS gap
equation for all temperatures and couplings as well as
ii) the zero
-
temperature BCS (rigorous
-
up
per
-
bound)
condensation energy for all couplings. It qualitatively
explains the
linear

rise vs. charge
-
carrier density n (or
doping) from zero (as, e.g., in the familiar
superconducting "dome"), as opposed to the
exponential

rise predicted by BCS theory, o
f critical
temperature in underdoped superconductors such as
cuprates where n can be varied by doping.


T1A1010




10:10
-
10:35

EFFECT OF COPPER
-
SITE SPIN
POLARIZATION ON THE SPIN PAIR STATE IN
THE HIGH Tc SUPERCONDUCTORS

Wei Guo
and
Rushan Han
,
P
eking U
niversity,

Beijing
China 100871


The resonating valence bond state, i.e. the hopping pair
state generated via local exchange interaction is the key
concept to understanding of high Tc superconductivity.
We give a brief review and comments on the
effect of
the Cu
-
site spin polarization on the possible pair state
in the two
-
band structure of a high Tc superconductor:

i
the instability of Zhang
-
Rice singlet induced by spin
polarization and invalidity of the single band theory.

ii

the effective sp
in coupling and the pairing between
doped holes on the oxygen sites in the neighbor of a
Cu spin. We conclude that the Cu
-
site spin polarization
plays a key role in the cross
-
over from the
antiferromagnetic to the superconductive state. The
recent experi
mental developments are discussed.


T2A


Plenary, Session,
Room A

Thursday,

June

9
, 20
11

Chair:

H. Zhang


T2A1050 10:50
-
11:15

QUANTUM
-
LIMIT LINKAGE OF
STRANGE'
AND CONVENTIONAL METAL STATES OF
HIGH
-
T
C

SUPERC
ONDUCTORS

L. KRUSIN
-
ELBAUM
, City College of New York
-

CUNY, New York


19


Fundamental explanations of high temperature (high
-
T
c
) superconductivity must account for the profound
differences in the properties of the `normal' (non
-
superconducting) state at the tw
o extremes of charge
doping: heavy and light. On the light doping side, its
properties clearly violate the standard Fermi
-
liquid
theory of metals. The key to the nature of
superconducting pairing lies in understanding the
transition to a conventional behav
ior on the overdoped
side. Here we report a quantum limit convergence of
the pseudogap energy scale and the boundary that
separates unconventional from a conventional metal,
both boundaries framing a V
-
shaped area of `strange
metal' state in the temperatur
e
-
doping phase space. By
accessing the low
-
temperature regions of the phase
diagram via a high
-
field magnetotransport in heavily
doped Tl
2
Ba
2
CuO
6+
x
, we show that the pseudogap
boundary has the hallmarks of a quantum phase
transition with a zero entropy jum
p. The critical doping
(linkage) point consistently downshifts with magnetic
field in unison with the suppression of
T
c
. The
implications of this are profound: magnetic quantum
critical fluctuations that destabilize the pseudogap are
connected to the super
conductivity with high
T
c
.


References
:

[1] L. Krusin
-
Elbaum, T. Shibauchi, Y. Kasahara, R.
Okazaki, Y. Matsuda, R. D. McDonald, C. H. Mielke,
and M. Hasegawa,
Phys. Rev.

B.
82
, 144530

(2010).

[2] T. Shibauchi, L. Krusin
-
Elbaum, M. Hasegawa, Y.
Kasahara,

R. Okazaki, and Y. Matsuda,
Proc. Natl.
Acad. Sci. USA

105
, 7120 (2008); arXiv:0805.2215.


T2A1115




11:15
-
11:40

HYBRID FERROMAGNETIC

SUPERCOND
-

UCTOR NANOSYSTEMS

Sergei P.Kruchinin

Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, NASU,
Metrologich
na str. 14 b, Kiev
-
143, Ukraine


Recent advances in nanoscience have demonstrated
that fundamentally new physical phenomena are found,
when systems are reduced in size to dimensions that
become comparable to the fundamental microscopic
length scales of a m
aterial under study.
Superconductivity is a macroscopic quantum
phenomenon, and therefore it is of particular interest to
see how this quantum state is influenced when the
samples are reduced to nanometer sizes. Nowadays,
developments in nanotechnologies a
nd measurement
techniques allow the experimental investigation of the
magnetic and thermodynamic superconducting
properties of mesoscopic samples in this regime. In this
lecture, we will present theoretical models to describe
such nanoscale superconducting

systems and discuss
possible new experimental phenomena we can predict
within these theoretical models.

For structured arrays of ferromagnetic nanoparticles in
proximity to a bulk superconductor that are fabricated
in experiments, we can consider simultan
eously
magnetism and superconductivity, being two
competing collective ordered states in metals. In the
case of ferromagnetism, exchange interactions lead to
the parallel alignment of electronic spins, while
electron
-
phonon interactions in BCS superconduct
ivity
lead to the spin singlet pairing of electrons. Clearly
these two types of order are generally mutually
incompatible. In bulk systems, the frustration between
electron singlet pairing and spin ordering is resolved in
the FFLO (Fulde

Ferrell

Larkin

Ovc
hinikov)
approach.

We will consider the theory of interactions between
two nanoscale ferromagnetic particles embedded in a
superconductor. In the London limit approximation,
we show that the interactions between ferromagnetic
particles can lead to either

parallel or antiparallel spin
alignment. The crossover between those is dependent
on the ratio of the interparticle spacing and the London
penetration depth. We will show that a phase transition
between spin orientations can occur as the temperature
is va
ried. Finally, we comment on the extension of
these results to arrays of nanoparticles in different
geometries.

In view of modern experimental data, we consider also
composite nanowires made from both superconducting
and ferromagnetic metals in the case of

cylindrical
geometry, where one metal forms the core of a
nanowire, and the second forms an outer cylindrical
sheath. Moreover, we analyze also the inverse
situation, in which a normal or ferromagnetic core is
surrounded by a superconducting sheath. In th
is case, it
is interesting to examine the spectrum of Andreev
bound states in the normal or ferromagnetic core.


T2A1140




11:40
-
12:05

STRAIN
-
MEDIATED ALIGNMENT O
F
NANORODS AND NANOTUB
ES IN YBCO
FILMS

Judy Z. Wu
, Rose Emergo, Javier Baca and Jack S
hi
,
University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, USA

Strain
-
mediated self
-
assembly of impurity
nanostructures has been extensively applied to generate
pinning centers in YBa
2
Cu
3
O
7
-
δ

(YBCO) films. While
remarkable enhancement of critical current density J
c

has been obtained, the capability to precisely design a
3D pinning landscape via strain manipulation is lacking
and requires theoretical modeling of the strain at
microscopic sca
les.
In this work, a theoretical model
based on the elastic strain theory was developed to
understand the alignment of the impurity
nanostructures in YBCO matrix. Both YBCO/dopant
20


and YBCO/substrate lattice mismatches are found
crucial to the nanostructure

formation in YBCO films.
On nonvicinal substrates, a phase diagram of the lattice
mismatch vs. elastic constants has been generated to
predict whether a dopant can form vertically aligned
nanorod arrays in YBCO matrix through self
-
assembly.
An excellent a
greement with the experimentally
observed aligned nanorods, such as BaZrO
3

and
BaSnO
3
, has been obtained. On vicinal substrates, the
model suggests a tensile strain is generated on YBCO
lattice considering the de
-
twining and lattice tilting at
the substrat
e/film interface. The variation of this strain
with the increasing vicinal angle results in nanorod
orientation splay below a critical angle

c

and
orientation switch from c
-
axis
-
align to ab
-
align above
the

c
. The calculated

c
~5° for BaZrO
3

in YBCO is in

excellent agreement with experimentally observed
BaZrO
3

nanorods orientation switch 5
-
10°.

T2A1205




12:05
-
12:30

SUPERCONDUCTING NANOWIRES

J.A.JUNG
,

University of Alberta, Edmonton AB,
Canada T6G 2G7.


In the first part of this

talk I will describe magneto
-
transport properties and applications of nanowires of
conventional and high
-
T
c

superconductors. It is well
known from experiments and theory that the normal
state of these nanowires is affected by thermally
activated phase sli
ps (TAPS) at high temperatures and
by quantum phase slips (QPS) at low temperatures.
However, the superconducting properties, such as
behavior

of persistent supercurrent density J
c

flowing
through these nanowires and effects of their geometry
and phase
-
sli
p events on this supercurrent, for example,
are not known.



Recent measurements of temperature dependence of
resistivity of
nanowires of
high
-
T
c
cuprates
, such as
YBa
2
Cu
3
O
7
-
d

(YBCO) revealed a suppression of T
c
and
an increase of resistivity due to TAPS
in nanowires of
diameters below 30 nm. In order to measure
temperature dependence of J
c

for these nanowires we
have grown them through pinholes of SrTiO
3

(STO)
template layer incorporated into a ring
-
shaped YBCO
thin film. The results obtained using this r
ing
-
shaped
multilayer device revealed a number of interesting
properties: a universal Ginzburg
-
Landau
-
like
dependence of J
c

≈ T
3/2

at low temperatures, and J
c


(T
c

-

T)
α

dependence with α > 3/2 above a temperature
T* close to T
c
, where the supercurrent flow (and α ) are
controlled by the nanowire length (the thickness of
STO layer) and avalanches of TAPS. These results will
b
e discussed using current theories.


T3A


Plenary, Session,
Room A

Thursday,

June

9
, 20
11

Chair:

de Llano


T3A0200


2:00
-
2:25

BULK HIGH TEMPERATURE
SUPERCONDUCTORS


Mitsuru Izumi,

Kun Xu, Keita Tsuzuki, Zigang De
ng,
Difan Zhou, Beizhan Li, Brice Felder, Motohiro Miki


Tokyo

University

of Marine Science and Technology
,
Tokyo.


Current status and progress on melt
-
growth bulk high
-
temperature superconductors will be reviewed.
Single
domain composed of melt growth hig
h
-
temperature
superconductor, the bulk is a mature material in science
and technology and exhibits a separate practical
importance in contrast to the wire
-
based coil
technology. Current status and potential seeds for
application are overviewed. Mutual comp
arison will
also be made between wire
-
based coils and bulk
superconductor magnets from the point of view of its
advantage in the field of magnetic flux engineering

such as a superconducting rotating machines
. Mass
production, reducing cost and optimized cr
yo
-
cooling
are other focusing targets to be solved within the
forthcoming years.

Keywords: Flux trapping, Diamagnetism, Materials
process including magnetization, flux pinning and
mechanical processing
, Superconducting rotating
machines


T3A0225





2:25
-
2:50

THz SPECTROSCOPY OF CUPRATE
SUPERCONDUCTORS AND Fe
-
BASED
SUPERCONDUCTORS

1,2
A
.
MAEDA
,
1,2
D. NAKAMURA,

1,2
F.
NABESHIMA,

1.2
Y. IMAI,
2,3
M. HANAWA,

2,3
I.
TSUKADA,
4
T. KATASE,
5,6
H. HIRAMATSU, and
6,7
H. HOSONO
,

1

Department of Basic Sciences,
University o
f Tokyo, JAPAN,
2

TRIP, JST,
3

Central
Research Institute of Electric Power Industry,
4

Materials and Structures Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of
Technology, 5ERATO
-
SOREST, JST,
6
Frontier
Research Center, Tokyo Institute of Technology,
7
FIRST, JST


Investiga
tion of low frequency dynamics of elementary
excitation is crucial to understand mechanism of
superconductivity

in unconventional materials
. We
investigated charge excitation spectra in THz region of
two representative unconventional high
-
temperature
super
conductors (SCs), cuprate superconductors and
Fe
-
based superconductors. For cuprates,
superconductivity fluctuation was investigated
systematically as a function of doping in LSCO.
Dramatic changes took place in two features of
superconductivity fluctuati
on, namely onset
temperature of fluctuation and quasiparticle scattering,
21


when one increase doping from underdoping, via
optimally doping, to overdoping. These agreed with
the results obtained in microwave region very well,
and suggests the presence of “
hidden” quantum critical
point. On the other hand, for Fe
-
based SCs, in 122
materials, typical features of a gapped superconductor
was found for optimally doped crystal, whereas some
anomalous features that cannot be expressed in terms
of the Drude spectr
um was obtained in underdoped
crystals. This can be interpreted as the quasiparticle
dynamics on the Dirac cone, which was predicted by
band calculations of the same material. We believe
that this new quasiparticles play crucial role for the
occurrence of

high Tc superconductivity of Fe based
materials.


T3A0250





2:50
-
3:15

MAGNETIC LEVITATION AND IT
APPLICATION FOR EDUCATION DEVICES
BASED ON YBCO BULK SUPERCONDUCTORS

W. M. Yang, X. X. Chao, F. X. Guo, J. W. Li, S. L.
Chen, Department of Physics, Shaanxi

Normal
University, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710062, China



A small superconducting maglev propeller system, a
small spacecraft model suspending and flying around a
terrestrial globe, several small maglev car models have
been designed and constructed. The track wa
s paved by
NdFeB magnets, the arrangement of the magnets made
us easy to get a uniform magnetic field distribution
along the length direction of the track and a magnetic
field gradient in lateral. When the car or spacecraft
model with YBCO bulks was field
cooled to LN2
temperature at a certain distance above the track, they
can be automatically levitated suspended over the track
and moved along the track without any obvious friction.
The models can be used as experimental or
demonstration devices on the Mei
ssner effect,
Magnetic levitation and it application for students and
adults.


T3A0315





3:15
-
3:40

CONTRASTING ELECTRONIC
HOMOGENEITY BETWEEN HOLE
-

AND
ELECTRON
-
DOPED HIGH
-
Tc CUPRATES
PROBED BY THE MAGNETIZATION AND
SPECIFIC HEAT

T. ADACHI
, Y. FUKUNAGA
, Y. TANABE, T.
PROMBOOD, M. WATANABE, K. FUKUMOTO, T.
NOJI and Y. KOIKE, Department of Applied Physics,
Tohoku University, 6
-
6
-
05 Aoba, Aramaki, Sendai
980
-
8579, Japan


Our recent works on the electronic homogeneity in the
superconducting (SC) state of
both hole
-

and

electron
-
doped high
-
Tc cuprates are reviewed. For the hole
-
doped cuprates of La
2
-
x
Sr
x
CuO
4
and
Bi
1.76
Pb
0.37
Sr
1.87
CuO
6+
δ
, it has been concluded from the
magnetic susceptibility, magnetization hysteresis curve
and the electronic specific
-
heat c
that a phase separation into SC and normal
-
state
regions takes place in both samples of the underdoped
and overdoped regimes[1
-
3]. On the contrary, it has
been found that the so
-
called second magnetization
peak and the

square
-
root de
pendence of 0 on the
magnetic field, both

of

which are characteristic in the
phase
-
separated state, are not observed for the electron
-
doped cuprate of Pr1
-
xLaCexCuO4, suggesting a rather
homogeneous SC state in a sample. These contrasting
results suggest t
hat the electronic state is
inhomogeneous in the hole
-
doped cuprates, while it is
homogeneous in the electron
-
doped cuprates.

Accordingly,

the mechanism of the superconductivity
in the hole
-

and electron
-
doped high
-
Tc
superconductors might be different fro
m each other.


T4A


Plenary, Session,
Room A

Thursday,

June

9
, 20
11

Chair:

A. Maeda


T4A0355





3:55
-
4:20

PRESSURE INDUCED SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
IN TOPOLOGICAL COMPOUNDS

C. Q. Jin
;
Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of
Science
s
, Beijing

100080
, China


Top
ological insulator forms a very interesting new
materials category since theory has predicated many
novel physical properties.
Right after the
theoretically
predicat
ion of 3 dimensional
topological insulators
of
Bi
2
Se
3
, Bi
2
Te
3
, Sb2Te
3
, ARPES show
strong
ex
perimental evidences

by observation of Dirac cone at
surface electronic structure. Among the many
prospective novel properties predicated by theory,
topological
superconductivity is one of most excited
since
its surface supports
Majorana fermions

that
can
be used in
future
quantum computing. Princeton group
reported the observation of superconductivity by
intercalating Cu into the Van de Waals gap between
Bi
2
Se
3

quintuple layers. In addition to chemical doping,
pressure can be a direct physical measure
to
m
odif
y

the
electronic structure through changing the atomic
distance
with the advantages free of
defects or
impurities

comparing to chemical doping
.
In addition
to the topological no trivial ambient phase, there are
several high pressure phases.
Here we rep
ort
superconductivity
can be realized in the
topological
no
trivial ambient phase

of
Bi
2
Te
3

induced
via pressure

where the gapless Dirac cone remains as stable surface
state
.

We provided a comprehensive phase diagram of
Bi
2
Te
3

as function of pressure.


22


T4A
0420




4:20
-
4:45

A REVERSE APPROACH TO
SUPERCONDUCTIVITY

S.

Deng
a,b
, C. Felser
a

and J. Köhler
b
,

a) Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz,

b) Max
-
Planck
-
Institute for Solid State Research,
Stuttgart, Germany.


The normal approach to understan
d superconductivity
is to study the relevant
Hamiltonian
of the quantum
system,
H
:
D(H)

X

X
, where
D(H)
is the domain of
definition of
H, X

is the complex Hilbert space. In most
cases, this approach proved to be so effective that it
becomes almost a standa
rd in condensed matter
physics. However, when facing complicated problems
such as superconductivity in high Tc cuprates, iron
pnictides, etc., the choices of
H

and
D(H)

become so
controversial that no consensus has been reached until
today. In this work, w
e take a reverse approach, namely
to start from a superconducting state which is described
by a unit vector in
X
, and then search the conditions for
its occurrence. In our theory, a superconducting state is
assumed as a generalized coherent state (GCS) whi
ch
can be constructed by pure group theory without taking
into account the microscopic mechanism. The BCS
wave function results naturally without introducing the
concept of Cooper pairs. The basic requirements to
construct a GCS state are 1) the dynamic gr
oup
G

with
its algebra
g

determined by the commutators of the
operators involved in
H

and the transition operators
{A}; 2) a span of
D(H)

in the Hilbert space
X
; 3) an
extremal state. It is shown that the GCS state is also the
ground state of Bogoliubov
operator. When the GCS
state collapses, the residue of the pair
-
wise constraint
show up as some fingerprint and has been explored by
us in the last few years.


T4A0445





4:45
-
5:10

PROGRESS OF LONG COATED CONDUCTORS
FABRICATION WITH FLUORINE
-
FREE
CHEMI
CAL SOLUTION DIPOSITION METHOD
AT SWJTU

Y.
Z
hao
1,
2
, W.T. Wang
1
, M. Lei
1
, Y. Zhang
1
, C.H.
Cheng
2

1
Key Laboratory of

Advanced Material
Technologies
; Ministry of Education of China; and
Superconductivity R&D Center (SRDC); Southwest
Jiaotong University; Chen
gdu, Sichuan 610031, China

2
School of Materials Science and Engineering,
University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2052, NSW,
Australia


In this report a recent progress on the fabrication of
long high
-
T
c

superconducting coated conductors with a
fluorine
-
free

chemical solution deposition (CSD)
method is presented. Developments include such novel
methods as single buffer technology, partial
-
melting
process on YBCO, slot
-
die coating and drying; real
-
to
-
real facilities for continuous process have been
achieved in

the effort on high
-
T
c

superconducting
coated conductors at SWJTU, which form a
comprehensive technology to fabricate long coated
tapes with high performances. The prospect of this
cost
-
effective technology in relevant applications is
discussed.


T4A0510





5:10
-
5:35

STRONG VARIATION OF DENSITY OF
STATES AND ANOMALOUS ISOTOPE EFFECT
IN LOW AND HIGH T
C

SUPERCONDUCTORS

G. L. Zhao
,
Department of Physics, Southern
University and A & M College,Baton Rouge, LA
70813 USA


Some of the low and high Tc superconduct
ors exhibit
for the isotope effect is much smaller than ½. These
include Zr, Nb
3
Sn, and YBa
2
Cu
3
O
7
(YBCO). We
present first
-
principles calculations of the electronic
structures of these superconductors. Th
e
characteristically narrow electron bands around the
Fermi levels (E
f
) in these materials suggest that the
strong variations of the densities of states around E
f
,
within the range of phonon energy, can have a
pronounced effect on the total coupling matrix

elements. Such effect can explain the anomalous
isotope effect on Tc in these superconductors. The
work is funded in part by US NSF (Award
0754821
and
1003897
)

and the
Air Force Office of Scientific
Research (Award
FA9550
-
09
-
1
-
0367
).


T4A05
35





5:
35
-
6:
00

FERMI LIQUID AND SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
FROM REPULSIVE INTERACTIONS
;

Y.M. Malozovsky

and J.D. Fan
;

Southern University and A&M College, Baton Rouge,
Louisiana, USA
;
Chongqing Academy of Science and
Technology
, Chongqing, China


We show that in the framewor
k of the normal Fermi
liquid there is superconductivity with repulsive
interaction between particles. The superconductivity
exists for the Landau normal quasiparticles, although
the interaction between particles is repulsive as shown.
The interaction betwe
en Landau quasiparticles is
however
ATTRACTIVE due to the definition of the
quasiparticles interaction. The
q
uasiparticle interaction
is just the interaction between the particles with
opposite sign. Thus the repulsive interaction between
particles leads t
o an attractive interaction between