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Research in CQMS centers on discovering and studying new quantum phases emerging near T=0 K in strongly correlated systems. These phases, such as unconventional superconductivity, unusual weak ferromagnetism, electronic ferroelectricity, etc. are unexpected from conventional theories of quantum phase transitions and often are incompletely described by model Hamiltonians. Subjecting multifunctional materials, mixed-valence materials, heavy fermion compounds and strongly correlated superconductors to pressure and magnetic (electric) field allows the exploration of the new phases using variety of experimental techniques, including specific heat, Hall effect, dielectric constant, electrical resistivity, magnetic susceptibility, and neutron scattering

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