Fermi surfaces

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This site has compiled the topology of fermi surfaces for a lot of material.

http://www.phys.ufl.edu/fermisurface/

The Science website and the contact e-mail at the end indicate that the people who are responsible for this are at Ohio State (Gokul, do you know any of them?), but it is obvious from the site url that it is at U. of Florida. Rather confusing.

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Nice compilation!

Alex Choy, who got his PhD from U. Fl, is a recently joined Postdoc under John Wilkins, here. Wilkins, who is on my Grad Committee, is (or was) Chair of APS DCMP. I think all the work on that site was done in Gainesville.
 
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Ah, that explaiins it then. That's why the site is still at ufl. I hope he gets to update that ufl site even when he's no longer there. This database can be such a useful tool for many people in this area of physics.

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It seems not too bad. Very beautiful pictures. :-)
 
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they look like they were made with opendx (Data Explorer)?

very nice..i wish i could print the full color poster :)
 
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You are from the Mars! thanks
 

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