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Nicholas Butch

Nicholas P. Butch

At the NCNR, I am an instrument contact for NG-4 DCS. I primarily support experiments involving unconventional magnetism and what might be generally termed hard condensed matter physics. If you are thinking of doing a measurement on DCS, you are encouraged to contact me before proposal submission to discuss experimental details.

For more information about my personal research, please visit the NPB homepage.

Positions Available

Recent or upcoming PhD graduates who are interested in postdoctoral research focusing on novel superconductivity, magnetism, and/or quantum phase transitions through a variety of techniques ranging from sample synthesis to neutron scattering are invited to apply for a NRC postdocdoral fellowship.

For more details, please contact Dr. Butch.

NIST contact info

Dr. Nicholas Butch
NIST Center for Neutron Research
100 Bureau Drive
Gaithersburg, MD 20899-6102

(301) 975 - 4863 

nicholas.butch@nist.gov 

Awards

Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (2017)

NIST Sigma Xi Katharine B. Gebbie Young Scientist Award (2016)

Publications

Nearly Ferromagnetic Spin-Triplet Superconductivity

Author(s)
Sheng NMN Ran, Christoper Eckberg, Qing-Ping Ding, Yuji Furukawa, Tristin Metz, Shanta Ranjan Saha, I Lin NMN Liu, Mark Zic, Hyunsoo Kim, Johnpierre NMN Paglione, Nicholas P. Butch
One of the most interesting differences between spin triplet superconductors and the conventional spin singlet variety is the two-component triplet order
Created May 31, 2018, Updated December 4, 2018