Our van-Hove singularities on the back cover of Advanced Materials

Our paper on magnetic-field tunable van-Hove singularities in Sr2RuO4 featured on the back cover of Advanced Materials. The image shows the structure of the van-Hove singularity and the two order parameters required to obtain it, nematicity and checkerboard charge order.

Read more in the original reference: Magnetic-Field Tunable Intertwined Checkerboard Charge Order and Nematicity in the Surface Layer of Sr2RuO4, 2021, 32, 2100593.

Cover image © Wiley-VCH GmbH. Reproduced with permission.

Can one do bulk measurements in an STM?

Do you think STM is only a surface-sensitive probe? Read Christopher’s new preprint where we show magnetostriction measurements done in our vector-field STM and use it to map out the phase diagram of CeSb2. An exciting way to directly link bulk properties to the surface electronic structure.