The Theory of High-Tc Superconductivity (P.W. Anderson). Holes in the Quantum Antiferromagner (A. Auerbach, B.E. Larson). Slave Boson Approach to the One Dimensional tJ Model (T.K. Lee, Z. Wang). Universality of Behavior of Electrons on a Ring (F.V. Kusmartsev). Vector Mean Field Theory of Statistics (M.D. Johnson et al.). Superconducting and Magnetic Phase Boundaries in Doped Cu-Based Superconducting Oxides (Y. Gao et al.). Infrared Properties (Z. Schlesinger et al.). On Transport Properties of HTSC Oxides (M. Affronte, D. Pavuna). A Unified Approach to a Description of the Cuprate Superconductors (V.Z. Kresin et al.). ElectronHole Asymmetry (J.E. Hirsch). Properties and Superconductivity of Large Bipolarons (D. Emin). Topological Effects in Disordered Phase of Two-Dimensional Magnet (A.M. Tsvelik, M. Yu. Reizer). Current Status of Fermi Liquid Based Approaches to the Cuprates (K. Levin et al.). 55 additional articles. Index.
This volume contains the proceedings of the University of Miami Workshop on the subject of "Electronic Structure and Mechanisms for High Temperature Super conductivity". The workshop was held at the James L. Knight Physics Building on the campus of the University of Miami, Coral Gables, 3-9 January 1991. Some 106 scientists from 12 countries attended this workshop, most of whom presented either invited or contributed papers. The reader will find in this volume a series of papers discussing the most im portant experimental and theoretical developments as of winter/spring 1990/1991. Despite more than four years of intensive research on high-T materials, there has c been considerable controversy both with respect to the interpretation of experiment and even more so in connection with the construction of an appropriate theory. In this regard, workshops such as this, gathering scientists with many viewpoints, and varying specialization, and fostering constructive discussions, are important in the de velopment of a common ground. Of major concern in the present context were the basic physical processes involved in high-temperature superconductivity.
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