Mingda Li, Mildred S. Dresselhaus and Gang Chen
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
To quantify the influence of crystal dislocations on materials electrical, optical, magnetic, thermoelectric, superconducting properties with one single unified analytical theory, with no empirical fitting parameter.
Electron energy can oscillate near and edge but not screw dislocation
Resonance peak of phonon relaxation rate when interacting with phonons indicates a breakdown of all perturbation theory.
Dislon, as quantized dislocation, as a unified theoretical framework, opens up numerous opportunities to quantify the quantum and functional properties in dislocated crystals, at a full quantum-field-theoretical level.
The authors dedicate this poster to Prof. Mildred S Dresselhaus for her support on this study.
An Energy Frontier Research Center of the DOE Office of Basic Energy Sciences