Editorial Board


Sang-Wook Cheong, Rutgers University, USA
Email: sangc@physics.rutgers.edu
Research Interestssynthesis and study of a large variety of compounds, including oxides and intermetallics, with interesting structural instabilities, and unconventional electronic and magnetic ground states.   

Steven Kivelson, Stanford University, USA        
Email: kivelson@stanford.edu
Research Interests: theory of quantum liquid crystalline phases of highly correlated electronic fluids, intertwined orders and the theory of high temperature superconductivity, theory of spin liquids and other fractionalized quantum phases, theory of the glass transition in supercooled liquids. 

Deputy Editor

Jun-Ming Liu, Nanjing University, China
Email: liujm@nju.edu.cn
Research Interests: physics of ferroelectrics and dielectrics, phase transitions and magnetoelectric coupling in multiferroic systems, computer simulations on phase transitions in magnetism, thermodynamics and statistical physics. 

Associate Editors

Carsten Honerkamp, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Email: honerkamp@physik.rwth-aachen.de
Research Interests: quantum many-fermion systems and fRG, unconventional forms of superconductivity and magnetism, standard many-body-theoretical approaches and functional renormalization group (fRG) methods.

Sergey Savrasov, UC Davis, USA
Email: sysavrasov@ucdavis.edu
Research Interests: theoretical condensed matter theory, electronic structure of solids; computational approaches to strongly-correlated systems.

Suchitra Sebastian, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Email: ses59@cam.ac.uk
Research Interests: strongly correlated electron systems including unconventional superconductors, correlated insulators, heavy fermions, quantum magnets; experimental techniques include measurements under extreme conditions of low temperatures, large pressures, and high magnetic fields.

Takashi Takahashi, Tohoku University, Japan
Email: t.takahashi@arpes.phys.tohoku.ac.jp
Research Interests: electronic structure of functional materials such as strongly correlated electron materials, topological insulators, and graphene related materials with ultrahigh-resolution angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES).

Hai-Hu Wen, Nanjing University, China
Email: hhwen@nju.edu.cn
Research Interests: new phenomena in Mott insulator, pairing mechanism of superconductors, flux dynamics, new materials of superconductor. Find out more about Professor Hai-Hu Wen.

Advisory Editorial Board Members