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SCES 2010 follows the tradition of earlier conferences, in this century being hosted by Buzios (’08), Houston (’07), Vienna (’05), Karlsruhe (’04), Krakow (’02) and Ann Arbor (’01). Every three years since 1997, SCES has joined the International Conference on Magnetism (ICM), held in Recife (’00), Rome (’03), Kyoto (’06) and Karlsruhe (’09). Like its predecessors, SCES 2010 topics include strongly correlated f- and d-electron systems, heavy fermion behaviors, quantum phase transitions, non-Fermi liquid phenomena, unconventional superconductivity, and emergent states that arise from electronic correlations. Recent developments from studies of quantum magnetism and cold atoms complement the traditional subjects and are included in SCES 2010.
This conference would not be possible without the hard work of the SCES 2010 Program Committee, International and National Advisory Committees, Local Committee and conference organizers, the New Mexico Consortium. We thank them as well as those organizations that generously provided financial support: ICAM-I2CAM, Quantum Design, Lakeshore, the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and the Department of Energy National Laboratories at Argonne, Berkeley, Brookhaven, Los Alamos and Oak Ridge. Of course, we especially thank you for bringing new ideas and new results, without which SCES 2010 could not be possible.
2010 celebrates the 400th anniversary of Santa Fe as well as the birth of astronomy. So what’s the connection to SCES? The Dutch invention of the first practical telescope and its use by Galileo in 1610 and subsequent years overturned dogma that the sun revolved about the earth. This revolutionary, and at the time heretical, conclusion required innovative combinations of new instrumentation, observation and mathematics. These same combinations are just as important 400 years later and are the foundation of scientific discoveries that will be discussed during SCES 2010. As we will learn, past dogmas about strongly correlated materials and phenomena must be re-examined with an open and inquisitive mind. Hopefully, Santa Fe and this conference will offer an environment that allows the open discussion, as well as debate, that is necessary to keep this challenging and exciting scientific field so vibrant.
We join you in looking forward to an enjoyable and stimulating SCES 2010.
John L. Sarrao
Joe D. Thompson
SCES 2010 Co-chairs
All oral and poster sessions of SCES 2010 will be held in the Sweeney Convention Center which has wireless internet throughout the building. The welcoming reception on Sunday evening and the conference banquet on Wednesday evening also will be held at the Convention Center.
Excursions to Bandelier, Puye Cliffs or Los Alamos will depart promptly from the Convention Center on Wednesday at 13:00 and will return to the Convention Center at 17:30. If you have not indicated already a desire to go on one of the trips, please contact someone at the registration desk as soon as possible because space is limited. In addition to the excursion, there is a companion’s program that plans several activities in and around Santa Fe. If your companion is interested in participating in some of these activities, please visit the companion’s program desk in the Convention Center lobby.
A word of caution--at the altitude of Santa Fe (about 2200 m), the rather intense sunlight and low humidity can cause sunburns and dehydration. When you’re out and about, it is good to apply a sun screen lotion and to drink water frequently.
Posters should be designed to fit in an area 46-inches (117-cm) wide by 36-inches (92-cm) high. Please set up your poster after 8:00 and before 12:00 noon on your assigned day. Velcro strips will be provided at each poster board to attach your poster. (Pins or sticky tape must not be used.) Please take down your poster by 17:00 on the day of your presentation; otherwise, it will removed and discarded.
Oral presentations consist of plenary, invited and oral contributed talks. Please respect your allotted time so that sessions can remain on schedule. To avoid intruding on your speaking time or that of the person who follows you, all talks will be installed on a common PC computer at least 10 minutes before the start of a session. An Apple computer will NOT be available for this purpose. Please provide your electronic presentation on a USB memory stick to the computer operator well before the start of your session. A laser pointer will be available in each of the session rooms.
A side room will be available for practicing your talk using your own computer and ensuring compatibility of content.
All registered participants are invited to submit a conference proceedings paper. Accepted manuscripts based on poster presentations will be published in the Journal of Physics: Conference Series. The deadline for contributed manuscripts has past. Please submit your manuscript as soon as possible, if you have not done so already. Oral presentations (and a selected subset of contributed papers) will be invited to submit a manuscript to a ‘topical special issue’ of the Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. The combined proceedings will be published jointly by Institute of Physics.
Table Of Contents
Oral Sessions (Schedule and Abstracts)
Poster Sessions (Title and Authors)
P1: Quantum criticality (Sweeney F)
Mapping the effect of frustration on the Kondo lattice
Piers Coleman and Andriy Nevidomskyy, Rutgers University
A spate of new discoveries in heavy electron physics indicating the departure from Fermi liquid behavior over a finite range of magnetic field or pressure in YbAgGe , YbAlB4 [2,3], YbRh2Si2-xGex  and YbRh2-xIrxSi2  suggest the possible formation of "non-Fermi liquid phases" that form between the antiferromagnet and the heavy Fermion metal. These results suggest that the canonical "Doniach Phase Diagram" for heavy electron physics requires revision. I shall discuss how these new discoveries can be understood in terms of the interplay of zero-point magnetic fluctuations and the Kondo effect, leading to a new "two dimensional" Kondo lattice phase diagram.
 S. Budko, E. Morosan, and P. Canfield, Phys. Rev. B 69, 014415 (2004).
 S. Nakatsuji et al. Nature Phys.,4, 603, (2008).
 A. Nevidomskyy and P. Coleman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 077202 (2009).
 J. Custers, C. Geibel, F. Steglich, P. Coleman and S. Paschen, submitted for publication (2009).
[5 ]S. Friedemann et al, Nature Phys. 5, 465 (2009).
Funding for this work provided by NSF DMR 0907179.
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