Bruce Gaulin specializes in experimental condensed matter physics, focusing on neutron and X-ray scattering studies of new magnetic and superconducting materials.
Gaulin’s neutron scattering efforts have focused on new time-of-flight neutron scattering infrastructure, and on the first optical floating zone image furnace laboratory in Canada for the production of large, high-quality single crystals of superconducting and magnetic oxides.
Gaulin’s research lab has produced very high-quality single crystals of a range of interesting quantum materials, including new geometrically frustrated magnets; new quantum, singlet ground state magnets; and related high temperature superconductors. Much of his recent work has been directed to understanding novel spin liquids, spin ice and spin glass states in new magnets at low temperatures.
- Brockhouse Medal, Canadian Association of Physicists, 2011
- Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, 2010
- Rule, K.C. et al. "Polarized inelastic neutron scattering of the partially ordered Tb2Sn2O7." Phys. Rev. B. 76 (December 2007): 212405.
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