Sriram Shastry
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 Thermopower 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.
 Exactly Solvable Model Systems, Quantum Integrability and star triangle relations,
Sunset in Santa Cruz.
(NovDec 2010, Sriram )
Further pictures of sunsets in Santa Cruz by Sriram. (Copyright Reserved)