Department of Physics & Astronomy
Tennessee State University
United States of America
Dr. Steven Johnston is working as Assistant Professor at Tennessee University, USA
My research interests lie in condensed matter physics with a focus on applying numerical methods to strongly correlated electrons, multi-orbital systems, and electron-boson interactions. I have a specific interest in studying high-temperature superconductivity in both the iron-pnictides and cuprates. I often work towards making direct contact with spectroscopies such as angle-resolved photoemission, scanning tunneling microscopy, optical conductivity, and resonant inelastic x-ray scattering, and collaborate closely with experimentalists in order to unravel the meaning of results obtained using these complicated techniques.
Plumb NC, Gawryluk DJ, Wang Y, Ristić Z, Park J, Lv BQ, Wang Z, Matt CE, Xu N, Shang T, Conder K. Momentum-Resolved Electronic Structure of the High-T c Superconductor Parent Compound BaBiO 3. Physical review letters. 2016 Jul 12;117(3):037002.
Linscheid A, Maiti S, Wang Y, Johnston S, Hirschfeld PJ. High T c via Spin Fluctuations from Incipient Bands: Application to Monolayers and Intercalates of FeSe. Physical review letters. 2016 Aug 12;117(7):077003.
Li S, Kaushal N, Wang Y, Tang Y, Alvarez G, Nocera A, Maier TA, Dagotto E, Johnston S. Nonlocal correlations in the orbital selective Mott phase of a one-dimensional multiorbital Hubbard model. Physical Review B. 2016 Dec 12;94(23):235126.