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Professor for Experimental Physics (W3)

Kirchhoff Institute of Physics, Heidelberg University

General information
Areas of scientific interest: superconductivity, magnetism, functional quantum materials.

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Research of R. Klingeler has mainly been done in the field of unusual electronic order and quantum magnetism. He applies a materials-based approach to investigate fundamental aspects of magnetic interactions and electronic correlations with a clear focus on basic research. Particular emphasis is set on quantum ground states like unconventional superconductivity, electronic nematic order or quantum magnetism which challenge standard theory and hence enable extending our understanding of quantum many-body systems.
By means of sophisticated magnetic, thermodynamic, and magnetic spectroscopy methods in combination with single crystal growth, R. Klingeler has experimentally studied the phase diagrams as well as unusual ground and excited state properties of a large variety of new materials.

Scientific recognition
Number of publications in the scientific journals indexed by the Web of Science Core Collection database: 226
Number of the citations of the articles indexed by the Web of Science Core Collection database: 6155

Marsilius-Fellow (Kirchhoff Institute of Physics, Heidelberg University) - 2016
BMBF Junior Research group on battery materials (The Federal Ministry of Education and Research of Germany) - 2009
IFF Award (IFF) - 2008
Borchers Award (RWTH Aachen University) - 2003

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