Bernd Büchner

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Bernd Büchner (born May 26, 1961) is, since 2003, Director of the Institute for Solid State Research, IFW Dresden and Professor for Experimental Physics at the Dresden University of Technology. Büchner is known for contributions to the field of high-temperature superconductivity,[1] recent work on iron-based superconductors [2] [3] [4] and authored over 400 scientific papers.

Born in Bergisch Gladbach, Germany, Bernd Büchner graduated at the University of Cologne, where he obtained a PhD in 1993 and was habilitated in 1999. From 2000 - 2003 Büchner was Professor for Experimental Physics at the RWTH Aachen University.[5]

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  1. ^ T. Dahm; V. Hinkov; S.V. Borisenko; A.A. Kordyuk; V.B. Zabolotnyy; J. Fink; B. Buechner; D.J. Scalapino; W. Hanke; B. Keimer (2009). "Strength of the spin-fluctuation-mediated pairing interaction in a high-temperature superconductor". Nature Physics. 5 (3): 217. Bibcode:2009NatPh...5..217D. arXiv:0812.3860Freely accessible. doi:10.1038/nphys1180. 
  2. ^ V.B. Zabolotnyy; D.S. Inosov; D.V. Evtushinsky; et al. (2009). "(pi, pi) electronic order in iron arsenide superconductors". Nature. 457 (7229): 569–72. Bibcode:2009Natur.457..569Z. PMID 19177126. arXiv:0808.2454Freely accessible. doi:10.1038/nature07714. 
  3. ^ H. Luetkens; H.-H. Klauss; M. Kraken; F. J. Litterst; T. Dellmann; R. Klingeler; C. Hess; R. Khasanov; A. Amato; C. Baines; M. Kosmala; O. J. Schumann; M. Braden; J. Hamann-Borrero; N. Leps; A. Kondrat; G. Behr; J. Werner & B. Büchner (2009). "The electronic phase diagram of the LaO1-xFxFeAs superconductor". Nature Materials. 8 (4): 305–9. Bibcode:2009NatMa...8..305L. PMID 19234445. arXiv:0806.3533Freely accessible. doi:10.1038/nmat2397. 
  4. ^ B. Büchner & C. Hess (2009). "Iron-based superconductors: Vital clues from a basic compound". Nature Materials. 8 (8): 615. Bibcode:2009NatMa...8..615B. PMID 19629080. doi:10.1038/nmat2501. 
  5. ^ Prof. Dr. Bernd Büchner, Dresden: Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research, retrieved 2017-09-27 

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