Dr. Paglione, director of the Maryland Quantum Materials Center at the University of Maryland, has contributed to several fields of condensed matter physics and materials research through both single-crystal synthesis of superconducting, quantum-critical and topological materials, as well as exploration of novel phenomena.
He is a leader in the fields of strongly correlated electron systems, exotic superconductivity, and topological insulators, superconductors and semimetals. Paglione has made important contributions to the fields of heavy-fermion materials and the quasiparticle picture of correlated materials, and has seeded a world-class effort on topological materials research at Maryland. He is the recipient of a National Postdoctoral Fellowship Award from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada, a National Science Foundation CAREER Award and an Early Career Award from the Department of Energy, and is an elected Fellow of the American Physical Society.
Dr. Paglione earned his PhD from the University of Toronto in Canada.
- Rare “Lazarus Superconductivity” Observed in Rediscovered Material, College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences (Oct 7, 2019)
- Quirky Quantum Tunneling Observed, Scientific American (Jul. 9, 2019)
- Spin-3/2 superconductor is a first, say physicists, Physics World (Apr 16, 2018)
- Synopsis: Surface Protection, American Physical Society (Feb. 14, 2013)
Emergent Phenomena in Quantum Systems