UNIVERSITY of NOTRE DAME DEPARTMENT of PHYSICS  
  Eskildsen Group
Superconductivity and Vortices
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Our group is dedicated to the fascinating physics of unusual and/or unconventional superconductors, with a strong emphasis on understanding the fundamental properties of such materials.

We focus on experimental studies of vortices, and how they can be used to probe the detailed nature of the superconducting state of the host material.

For more information about who we are and what we do, please click on the links above.


Latest News & Events
Morten Eskildsen will give a condensed matter physics seminar at Michigan State University. He will present our latest results on kinematic and structural properties of the metastable vortex lattice phases in MgB2.
March 4, 2015
Our comprehensive SANS study of multiband superconductivity and Pauli paramagnetism in KFe2As2 was published as an Editors’ suggestion in PRB. In particular, we were able to separate orbital and paramagnetic contributions to the field modulation, providing a quantitative measure of the Pauli paramagnetic effects.
March 28, 2016
Liz De Waard, Steve Kuhn, Morten Eskildsen and Keenan Avers (Northwestern) will present results of our groups’ research at the 2016 APS March meeting in Baltimore.
March 14-18, 2016
David Green passed his candidacy exam. Congratulations!
February 26, 2015
Three new undergraduate students have joined our group: Callaghan Commers, Michael Dimen and Maciej Olszewski. Welcome!
January, 2016
Liz De Waard presented her SANS studies of the structural and kinetic properties of metastable vortex lattice phases at the Fall meeting of the APS Prairie Section held at here at the Notre Dame.
November 20, 2015
Allan Leishman has joined our group and will work together with David Green on STM/STS measurements of superconductors and other systems. Welcome aboard!
November 5, 2015
Together with Boris Khaykovich from MIT, Morten Eskildsen is chairing a workshop at Oak Ridge National Laboratory focused on the proposed Second Target Station for the Spallation Neutron Source.
October 27-29, 2015
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Contact Information
Prof. Morten R Eskildsen
Department of Physics
225 Nieuwland Science Hall
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Email: eskildsen@nd.edu
Ph.: 574-631-4010

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Eskildsen Group, Department of Physics
225 Nieuwland Science Hall, Notre Dame, Indiana 46556
Phone: 574-631-4010 Email: eskildsen@nd.edu
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