Dr. Paglione directs a research group in the Center for Nanophysics and Advanced Materials at the University of Maryland.
His team has contributed to several fields of condensed matter 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 field of quantum criticality and has made important contributions to the fields of heavy-fermion materials and the quasiparticle picture of correlated materials. Dr. Paglione has more recently pursued several new areas of research including iron-based high-temperature superconductivity and topological insulators and superconductors. 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.
Dr. Paglione earned his PhD from the University of Toronto in Canada.
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Emergent Phenomena in Quantum Systems
University of Maryland, Department of Physics