By M. Ausloos, Andrei A. Varlamov
These court cases of a NATO-ARW (HTECH ARW ninety six 00 fifty two) held on the overseas heart for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy from Aug five until eventually Aug nine, 1996 resulted from many discussions among quite a few employees, about the desire for a meeting of all (if attainable) who have been fascinated about the topic of superconductivity fluctuations in excessive severe Temperature Superconductors (HTS). It seemed to many who the Skocpol-Tinkham paintings of 1975 needed to be revitalized in view of the invention of the recent superconducting ceramics and the large volume of labor having already taken position. The learn of HTS is without doubt one of the such a lot favourite study topic in sturdy country sciences. the knowledge of the function of fluctuations can be considered important ahead of technological functions because the fluctuations may perhaps ruin the superconducting nation. The workshop discussions have touched upon (i) Superconducting fluctuations within the region of the severe transition, (ii) Superconductivity fluctuations close to the percolation transition, and (iii) Fluctuations of the vortex lattice on the lattice melting temperature. those themes served as initiators for a really large amount of discussions with many reviews from the viewers. greater than 40 "long lectures" and "poster periods" have been held. inner most discussions going unrecorded yet evidently happened at many destinations : lecture halls, staircases, cafetaria, bedrooms, bars, seashore, . . .
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Finally, Ausloos et al. e. S/ p . Some report appeared in [26J discussing available investigations at that time. Different behaviors were observed, like 2D or/and 3D fluctuation regimes, with the appropriate AL exponents and within the ranges limited 39 by the VL crossover temperature [53J. Some 5/6 exponent characterizing a percolation path could be found even above TGL in polycrystalline materials. It has also been claimed that some anisotropy was observed in the basal plane of untwinned YBCO samples.
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