- Track down possible signatures of the interrelation of the normal, nematic and superconducting states. To this end, lattice, charge and spin excitations in Fe(Se:S) single crystals will be studied spectroscopically as a function of temperature and doping.
- Examine the influence of a symmetry-breaking strain field on the various phase transitions. It is intended to monitor the effects by Raman studies of Fe(Se:S) single crystals
Inelastic light scattering study, augmented by scanning probe microscopy (SPM), will be performed on Fe(Se:S) samples in the full doping range at various temperatures and under uniaxial strain
The Institute of Physics Belgrade, a National Institute of the Republic of Serbia, is a first-class research institution dedicated to the study of physics and related disciplines. The research conducted here into the fundamental mechanisms of nature is of immense value to the scientific, educational, cultural, and the overall socio-economic development of Serbia.
Owing to its unique spirit, state-of-the-art research and fruitful innovations, the Institute of Physics is recognized today in Serbia as a leading national research institution, in the region as a center of excellence, and in Europe and globally as a trustworthy partner and a relevant research center. The Institute of Physics hosts four national and European Centers of Excellence, of one of which is Center for Solid State Physics and New Materials, where researchers on this project are based.