Distinguished Professor of Physics
Department of Physics
University of California
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
(831) 459 5849 (O)
(831) 459 3043 (F)
sriram [at] physics.ucsc.edu
Current Research Interests
- Explaining the anomalous line shapes in angle resolved photoemission experiments of High Tc systems using the theory of Extremely Correlated Fermi Liquids.
- Theoretical description of systems with Extreme Correlations : Theory of the Extremely Correlated Fermi Liquid
- Parameter dependent finite dimensional matrices and quantum integrability.
- Theory of the Thermo-power and Thermal transport in correlated materials.
- Superconductivity, Hall effect in Strongly Correlated matter.
- Novel material realizations of frustrated quantum systems in low dimensions e.g. two dimensional Mott Insulating dimer system SrCu2(BO3)2, and their unusual properties. [For a fascinating connection with Archimedian lattices and other topics in 2-d magnetism see preprint by J Richter, J Schulenburg and A Honecker.]
- Exactly Solvable Model Systems, Quantum Integrability and star triangle relations, Hubbard model in 1-d, Sutherland Calogero and Haldane-Shastry models.
Conference attendees and some speakers at the 50th Anniversary of the Hubbard model, 18 June 2013, UCL London
Sunset in Santa Cruz.
(Nov-Dec 2010, Sriram )