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Yiming Qiu

Publications

Nature of the Spin Resonance Mode in CeCoIn5

Author(s)
Yu Song, Weiyi Wang, John S. Van Dyke, Naveen Pouse, Sheng Ran, Duygu Yazici, Astrid Schneidewind, Petr Cermak, Yiming Qiu, M. B. Maple, Dirk K. Morr, Pengcheng Dai
Complex intertwined orders often emerge in strongly correlated electron materials in the vicinity of unconventional superconductivity. Superconductivity is

Anisotropic Effect of a Magnetic Field on the Neutron Spin Resonance in FeSe

Author(s)
Tong Chen, Youzhe Chen, David W. Tam, Bin Gao, Yiming Qiu, Astrid Schneidewind, Igor Radelytskyi, Karel Prokes, Songxue Chi, Masaaki Matsuda, Collin L. Broholm, Pengcheng Dai
We use inelastic neutron scattering to study the effect of a magnetic field on the neutron spin resonance (Er = 3.6 meV) of superconducting FeSe (Tc = 9 K)

Low-Energy Magnons in the Chiral Ferrimagnet Cu2OSeO3: A Coarse-Grained Approach

Author(s)
Yi Luo, G. G. Marcus, Benjamin A Trump, J. Kindervater, M. B. Stone, Jose A. Rodriguez, Yiming Qiu, T. M. McQueen, O. Tchernyshyov, Collin L. Broholm
We report a comprehensive neutron scattering study of low energy magnetic excitations in the breathing pyrochlore helimagnetic Cu2OSeO3. Fully documenting the

Modification of Spin-Ice Physics in Ho2Ti2O7 Thin Films

Author(s)
Kevin Barry, Biwen Zhang, Naween Anand, Yan Xin, Arturas Vailionis, Jennifer Neu, Colin A Heikes, Charis Cochran, Haidong Zhou, Yiming Qiu, William D. Ratcliff, Theo Siegrist, Christianne Beekman
We report on a study of the structural and magnetic properties of strained Ho2Ti2O7 thin films. Structural characterization via synchrotron x-ray diffraction
Created October 9, 2019