PhD student Joe Wilcox, who is currently in his 3rd year of study with the Centre for Doctoral Training in Condensed Matter Physics, has had his first paper published in Science Advances.
Joe performed some work in collaboration with groups in Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan. The work, which included some measurements made by Joe specifically, has led to some new conclusions about the first discovered unconventional superconductor, and heavy fermion material, CeCu2Si2. The paper was accepted for publication in Science Advances, and was published on the 23rd June 2017. The paper can be accessed here.
Congratulations to Joe and his colleagues.