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Friday, October 14th 2016

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In iron-based superconductors, superconductivity, magnetism and nematic orders are all observed. To understand the phase diagram and the interplay between different orders in iron-based superconductors, we use parquet renormalization group, an unbiased approach, to study the full four-pocket, 3-orbital low-energy model.

Starting from all symmetry-allowed interactions, we derive and analyze the RG flow of the couplings and susceptibilities. We obtain the hierarchy of competing instabilities and obtain, as limiting cases, the behavior, which was previously found in approximate models [A.V. Chubukov, M. Khodas and R.M. Fernandes, arxiv:1602.05503]. For parameters relevant to FeSe, we found that upon lowering the temperature, nematic order is the leading instability, followed by superconductivity, while the magnetic order doesn't appear. We found that the nematic order parameter has three components, and found particular relation between the components, consistent with ARPES experiment[A. Fedorov et al, arxiv:1606.03022].

Friday, October 21st 2016

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Semiconductor nanowire with spin-orbit coupling and superconductivity from proximity effect is usually used as a model for topological superconductor. I will first talk about the topological phase transition for free electrons as well as interacting electrons. Then I'll discuss Majorana related tunneling problem and show a signature of Majorana.

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