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Lab: B38 & B39 NPB
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afh@phys.ufl.edu






































Arthur Hebard

Distinguished Professor


Education

PhD Stanford University (1971)

Research Group

Condensed Matter Experiment/National High Magnetic Field Lab

Research Interest

Research interests are focused on the fabrication and characterization of thin-film structures and are based on the recognition that unusual physical phenomena occur in restricted dimensions and at interfaces. Systems under study include metals, composites, semiconductors, dielectrics, magnetic films, superconductors, complex oxides, and transition metal dichalcogenides.

Selected Publications

“Bi-2212/1T-TaS2 Van der Waals junctions: Interplay of proximity induced high-Tc superconductivity and CDW order”, Ang J. Li, Xiaochen Zhu, G. R. Stewart and Arthur F. Hebard, Scientific Reports 7, 4639 (2017).

“Moderately-doped Schottky barriers: a description using thermionic emission over a wide temperature range”, Ang J. Li and Arthur F. Hebard, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 49, 455101 (2016).

“Rectification at Graphene-Semiconductor Interfaces: Zero-Gap Semiconductor Based Diodes”, S. Tongay, M. Lemaitre, X. Miao, B. Gila, B. R. Appleton, and A. F. Hebard, Phys. Rev. X 2, 011002 (2012).

“High Efficiency Graphene Solar Cells by Chemical Doping”, Xiaochang Miao, Sefaattin Tongay, Maureen K. Petterson, Kara Berke, Andrew G. Rinzler, Bill R. Appleton and Arthur F. Hebard, Nano Lett. 12 (6), 2745–2750 (2012).

“Asymmetric metal-insulator transition in disordered ferromagnetic films”, R. Misra, A.F. Hebard, K.A. Muttalib, P. Wölfle, Physical Review Letters, 107, 037201 (2011).

“Superconductivity at 18|K in Potassium-doped C60", A. F. Hebard, M. J. Rosseinsky, R. C. Haddon, D. W. Murphy, S. H. Glarum, T. T. M. Palstra, A. P. Ramirez, and A. R. Kortan, Nature 350, 600(1991).

“Magnetic-Field-Tuned Superconductor-Insulator Transition in Two-Dimensional Films", A. F. Hebard and M. A. Paalanen, Phys. Rev. Lett. 65, 927(1990).