Popular Press

"A New Spin on ARPES"
Today at Berkeley Lab, September 4, 2013

"Spin-Resolved ARPES Envisaged for the Advanced Light Source"
LBL Science Short, June 11, 2013

"Surprising Control over Photoelectrons from a Topological Insulator" by Paul Preuss
LBL News Release, March 12, 2013

"Topological insulators: Full spin ahead for photoelectrons" by Qi-Kun Xue
Nature Physics: News and Views, March 10, 2013

An ultrafast angle-resolved photoemission apparatus for measuring complex materials
Review of Scientific Instruments: Author Podcast, February 15, 2013

“Ultrafast Spectroscopy of Quantum Materials” by Joseph Orenstein
Physics Today, September, 2012

“Laser ARPES Helps Explain Superconductivity”
Photonics Spectra, August, 2012

“A New Tool to Attack the Mysteries of High-Temperature Superconductivity” by Paul Preuss
LBL News Release, May 31, 2012

Graphene Gives up More of its Secrets” by Paul Preuss
LBL News Center Feature, July 14, 2011

Graphene gets the hole thing” by Sami Mitra
Physics - spotlighting exceptional research

Fast Breaking Paper 2008 – Substrate-induced bandgap opening in epitaxial graphene"
Science Watch  

 “Substrate-Induced Band-Gap Opening in Epitaxial Graphene”
ALS News, March 2008

“Superconducting Power Lines Could Reduce Waste” by Kathleen M. Wong
Today at Berkeley Lab, February 15 2008

“Souping up superconductors” by Kathleen M. Wong
Science Matters at Berkeley, Issue 5 January 2008

“Falling into the gap” by Lynn Yarris
Science Matters at Berkeley,  November 2007

"Mind the gap" by Kostya Novoselov
News and Views -Nature Materials Vol. 6, 720 (2007)

Selected by the editor to appear in the February issue of Virtual Journal and Applications of 2007 Superconductivity- link
Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, 067004 (2007)

Selected to appear on the “Handbook of Magnetism and Advanced magnetic materials"- link
Phys. Rev. B 71, 144429 (2005)

"ALS Sheds More Light on High Tc Superconducting Mystery" by Lynn Yarris
Lab View ,  September 3, 2004

"Lattice vibrations play important role in high temperature superconductors" by Robert Sanders
UCBerkeley News,  August 16, 2004

“Keeping the ALS at the Cutting Edge”  by Neville V. Smith and Michael C. Martin
ALS News 2004

"Buckyball Monolayer Electronic Structure" by Art Robinson
ALS News, Vol. 238, February 25, 2004

"Berkeley Lab scientists determine electrical properties of carbon-60 molecular layer” by Dan Krotz
Science Beat Issue, May 12, 2003

“Vibrations in crystal lattice play big role in high temperature superconductors”
Science Blog
Physlink.com 

Getting kinky with high temperature superconductors" by Lynn Yarris
Science Beat issue, January 14, 2002
What’s New in Electronics 2002 – Westwick-Farrow Publisher

 “To the root of Superconductivity” by Sara Sowah
EETimesUK,  February 13, 2002

“What’s new in the World of Superconductivity in February and March – Basic Research”
SuperconductivityWeb21, March 2002

“Science with Soft x-ray” by Neville Smith
Physics Today Online 2002

"Superconductivity: Is kinky conventional?" by Philip B. Allen
News and Views - Nature Vol. 412, 494-495, August 2001

**Most Cited Paper in Physical Science 2004, Selected from Science Watch - Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: Nature 412, 510 (2001)

"Can phonons help explain high-temperature superconductivity?"  
Physics World  August 2001

"Cold comfort for superconductivity" by Philip Ball
Science update August 2001

"Superconductor surprise?"
Physics portal August 2001

"Wie konventionell sind Hoch-Tc-Supraleiter?"
Neue Zuercher Zeitung,  August 28, 2001

“Role of Lattice Vibrations in Superconductivity” by Art Robinson
ALS News Vol. 186, October 17, 2001

"Der Knick im Supraleiter"byAndrea Naica-Loebell
TELEPOLIS, Magazin der Netzkultur , August 02, 2001

“Simply Super”
Spectral Lines Vol. 5- Wiley Publisher, 2001

High Tc Update Vol. 13, No. 3 by D. K. Finnemore, July 1999

Our work has received attention from several media sources over the past few years.  Please see below for some of these.
 

    A. Lanzara et al Nature 2001       G. H. Gweon et al. Nature 2004

These were our proposals for two Nature covers, in both cases not accepted by the journal :0(



 

Our work on isotope effects in cuprates, Nature 2004, was chosen as the Science Highlight of the work at the Advanced Light Source (2004) for the Science and Technology Panel in Washington.
 


 




This is some of the media coverage of our work on the isotope effect, Nature 2004,and electron-phonon coupling, Nature 2001.