Professor Reznik's research focuses on using neutron, x-ray, and Raman scattering to investigate the physics of correlated electrons and electron-phonon coupling in perovskite oxides (including high Tc supercondcutors, manganites, etc.) and other exotic materials. The group of Prof. Reznik focuses on investigations of complex solids by neutron, x-ray and Raman scattering. Of particular interest are exotic magnetic phases, electron-phonon interactions in perovskite oxides, and polaronic physics. A lot of the work is performed at the a state-of-the-art NSF/MRI-funded ultra-fast UV-capable Raman laboratory that shares an advanced laser system with an analogous ARPES setup of the group of Prof. Dessau.
condensed matter physics, neutron, scattering, x-ray scattering, Raman scattering, high temperature superconductors, itinerant magnetism, charge/orbital ordering phenomena