Edited by G.Lonzarich, S.S.Saxena, University of Cambridge, V.A.Sirenko, V.V.Eremenko , Institute for Low Temperature Physics, Kharkov, Ukraine.
This multiauthor volume in honour of Professor David Shoenberg, University of Cambridge reviews his publications, achievements and outstanding contribution to low temperature physics, and provides a useful source of reference for postgraduate students and researchers. Contents include:
Novel metallic states at low temperatures: S.E.Rowley, R.P.Smith, N.Marcano, M.P.M.Dean, A.Kusmartseva, L.J.Spalek, E.C.T.O’Farrell, D.A.Tompsett, M.L.Sutherland, P.L.Alireza, C.Ko, C.Liu, E.Pugh, S.S.Saxena and G.G.Lonzarich.
David Shoenberg and the beauty of quantum oscillations: V.M.Pudalov
De-Haas-van-Alphen effect in 2D systems: Applications to mono- and bilayer graphene: I.A.Luk’yanchuk
Diamagnetism of layered organic conductors: O.V.Kirichenko and V.G.Peshchansky
Quantum interference effects in a system of two tunnel point-contacts in the presence of single scatterer: simulation of a double-tip STM experiment: N.V.Khotkevych, Yu.A.Kolesnichenko and J.M. van Ruitenbeek
Anomalous resistivity and superconductivity in the two-band Hubbard model with one narrow band: M.Yu.Kagan and V.V.Valkov
Magnetic and superconducting properties of FeSe1-x Tex: A.V. Fedorchenko, G.E.Grechnev, V.A.Desnenko, A.S.Panfilov, S.L.Gnatchenko, V.V.Tsurkan, J.Deisenhofer, H-A. Krug von Nidda, A.Loidl, D.A.Chareev, O.S.Volkova and A.N.Vasiliev
Microwave-induced magnetooscillations and absolute negative conductivity in the multisubband two-dimensional electron system on liquid helium: Ya.P.Monarkha