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<B>Faculty Candidate Seminar</B><br><i>Revealing The Static And Dynamic Electronic Structure in Advanced Materials - Examples from Graphene And Manganites</i>

Thursday, February 3, 2011
5:00 AM
335 West Hall

Speaker: Shuyun Zhou (Postdoc Fellow, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)

Obtaining direct information about the electronic structure both in equilibrium and in the excited state is critical for understanding the fundamental physics in advanced materials. Soft X-ray spectroscopies and time-resolved pump-probe techniques are powerful tools that can be utilized to extract such important information directly. I will first present our angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) studies of graphene to reveal the peculiar dispersions of valence electrons and the band gap opening. I will then discuss our recent results on maganites to show how localized electronic ordering and its dynamics can be extracted via static and time-resolved resonant soft x-ray scattering (RSXS). Finally I will discuss my future perspectives of extending these spectroscopic studies to the time-resolved regime with controlled and selective excitation.