Superstripes in the Low Energy Physics of Complex Quantum Matter at the Mesoscale. Bianconi, A. *Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism*, 28(4):1227–1229, April, 2015. Paper doi abstract bibtex The most relevant advances on our understanding of the spatial and time fluctuations in heterostructures at an atomic limit have been presented at the Superstripes 2014 conference, held in Erice, Italy, on July 25–31, 2014. A new low energy (in the range between 5 and 250 meV) physics focusing in the mesoscale (extending in the range between 1 nm and 100 μm) world is emerging. The intricate mesoscale world driven by quantum critical charge, orbital, and lattice fluctuations is now becoming the main topic of the Superstripes conference series.This field started in 1992 driven by the interest to understand the nanoscale phase separation of both ” electronic matter” and ” lattice matter” in cuprate perovskites [1], followed in 1996 by the series of Stripes conferences [2] and in 2008 by the present series of Superstripes conferences [3]. While the majority of the scientific community working in high temperature physics was accepting for 25 years the dogma of a uniform CuO 2 plane and a sing ...

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title = {Superstripes in the {Low} {Energy} {Physics} of {Complex} {Quantum} {Matter} at the {Mesoscale}},
volume = {28},
url = {http://arxiv.org/abs/1503.02966},
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abstract = {The most relevant advances on our understanding of the spatial and time fluctuations in heterostructures at an atomic limit have been presented at the Superstripes 2014 conference, held in Erice, Italy, on July 25–31, 2014. A new low energy (in the range between 5 and 250 meV) physics focusing in the mesoscale (extending in the range between 1 nm and 100 μm) world is emerging. The intricate mesoscale world driven by quantum critical charge, orbital, and lattice fluctuations is now becoming the main topic of the Superstripes conference series.This field started in 1992 driven by the interest to understand the nanoscale phase separation of both ” electronic matter” and ” lattice matter” in cuprate perovskites [1], followed in 1996 by the series of Stripes conferences [2] and in 2008 by the present series of Superstripes conferences [3]. While the majority of the scientific community working in high temperature physics was accepting for 25 years the dogma of a uniform CuO 2 plane and a sing ...},
number = {4},
journal = {Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism},
author = {Bianconi, Antonio},
month = apr,
year = {2015},
pages = {1227--1229}
}

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