Office: 2257 NPB
352.392.8842

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

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 carbon-sixty molecular monolayers.

Selected Publications

“Phase Transitions of Dirac Electrons in Bismuth”, Lu Li, J. G. Checkelsky, Y. S. Hor, C. Uher, A. F. Hebard, R. J. Cava, N. P. Ong Science 25(321), 547 (2008).

“Colossal magnetocapacitance and scale-invariant dielectric response in phase-separated manganites”, Ryan P. Rairigh, Guneeta Singh-Bhalla, Sefaatin Tongay, Tara Dhakal, Amlan Biswas and Arthur F. Hebard, Nature Physics 3, 551 (2007).

"Weak localization correction to the anomalous Hall effect in polycrystalline Fe films”, P. Mitra, R. Misra, A.F. Hebard, K. A. Muttalib and P. Woelfle, Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 046804 (2007).

“Trapped electromagnetic modes and scaling in the transmittance of perforated metal films”, S. Selcuk, K. Woo, D.B. Tanner, A.F. Hebard, A. G. Borisov and S. V. Shabanov, Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 067403 (2006).

“Metal-Insulator-Like Behavior in Semimetallic Bismuth and Graphite”, Xu Du, Shan-Wen Tsai, Dmitrii L. Maslov, and Arthur F. Hebard, Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 166601 (2005).