Roser Valentí is a theoretical physicist who works in the area of correlated electron systems, quantum magnetism and superconductivity.
Her interests include frustrated magnetism, spin liquids, topological phases, unconventional superconductivity and quantum materials design.
- American Physical Society Fellow, 2016
- Michael und Biserka Baum prize, 2009
- DFG Heisenberg fellow, 1999 - 2000
- Borisov, V., Fernandes, R.M., & Valenti, R. (2019). Evolution from B2g Nematics to B1g Nematics in Heavily Hole-Doped Iron-Based Superconductors. Phys. Rev. Lett, 123, 146402. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.123.146402
- Riedl, K., Valenti, R., & Winter, S.M. (2019). Critical spin liquid versus valence bond glass in triangular lattice organic κ-(ET)2Cu2(CN)3. Nature Communications, 10, 2561. DOI: 10.1038/s41467-019-10604-3.
- Lechermann, F., Bernstein, N., Mazin, I.I., & Valenti, R. (2018). Uncovering the mechanism of the impurity-selective Mott transition in paramagnetic V2O3. Phys. Rev. Lett., 121(10-7), 106401.
- Winter, S.M., Riedl, K., Maksimov, P.A.,...Valenti, R. (2017). Breakdown of Magnons in a Strongly Spin-Orbital Coupled Magnet. Nature Communications, 8, 1152.
- Glasbrenner, J. K., Mazin, I.I., Jeschke,H.O., Hirschfeld, P.J., & Valenti, R. (2015). Effect of magnetic frustration on nematicity and superconductivity in Fe chalcogenides. Nature Physics, 11, 953–958.
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