At the SPICE-Workshop on Bad Metal Behavior in Mott Systems (June 29-July 2 2015) in Mainz, Germany, I was invited speaker. I gave a talk about glassy dynamics in theta-RbZn, the organic material that upon fast-cooling can avoid the charge ordering transition and gets into a disorderfree electron glass phase. At the hand of four characteristics of a glass – slow dynamics, a soft gap, short-range correlations and a rugged energy landscape – I discuss the results of our model of hoppings electrons with long-range Coulomb repulsion.
You can download the presentation here (pdf, 10 MB).
The talk has been posted on Youtube: click here to watch it!
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