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The correlated system refers to the materials that show unusual electronic and magnetic properties due to the strong interactions between the electrons. Notable examples of the correlated system include unconventional superconductors, magnetic materials, etc. The correlated materials are of significant research interest since they serve as a platform for discovering novel quantum phenomena and studying the physics of emergent behavior. Moreover, the research on these novel phenomena and functional properties is bringing opportunities to energy and information applications.



Inelastic light scattering (Raman effect) provides insights into the lattice, electronic and magnetic properties in correlated systems.



The study of superconductors by light scattering enables researchers to analyze the superconducting pairing states. The spectra of the superconducting gap and the collective mode helps to determine the pairing energy and symmetry, which is one of the major interests for unconventional superconductors. Moreover, Raman spectra can directly access the fluctuations of the lattice, spin, and orbital degrees of freedom, which offers a view for understanding the interplay of multiple orders and the mechanism of superconductivity.



In quantum magnets, Raman scattering can probe collective excitations from magnons as well as fractionalized spinons. The lateral makes Raman spectroscopy an important tool for investigating quantum spin liquids.



This Research Topic is focused on the recent advances in the inelastic light scattering research on various systems that are mostly associated with superconductors (cuprate superconductors, Fe-based superconductors, etc.) and magnetic materials (spin glass, spin liquid, quantum spin liquid, ferro/antiferro/ferri-magnetic materials, etc.)



Areas to be covered in this Research Topic will include but are not limited to the experimental and theoretical works on:



• Lattice dynamics

• Phonon interacting with other particles

• Raman scattering for probing superconducting gap and collective modes

• The fluctuations of the electronic order in superconductors, nematic phase

• Raman scattering for magnetic excitations

• Studies under extreme conditions, such as magnetic field and high pressure



Original research articles, reviews, min- reviews, and perspectives are welcome.

Keywords: Laser spectroscopy, Inelastic light scattering, Superconductors, Quantum magnets, Strongly-correlated electron systems


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

The correlated system refers to the materials that show unusual electronic and magnetic properties due to the strong interactions between the electrons. Notable examples of the correlated system include unconventional superconductors, magnetic materials, etc. The correlated materials are of significant research interest since they serve as a platform for discovering novel quantum phenomena and studying the physics of emergent behavior. Moreover, the research on these novel phenomena and functional properties is bringing opportunities to energy and information applications.



Inelastic light scattering (Raman effect) provides insights into the lattice, electronic and magnetic properties in correlated systems.



The study of superconductors by light scattering enables researchers to analyze the superconducting pairing states. The spectra of the superconducting gap and the collective mode helps to determine the pairing energy and symmetry, which is one of the major interests for unconventional superconductors. Moreover, Raman spectra can directly access the fluctuations of the lattice, spin, and orbital degrees of freedom, which offers a view for understanding the interplay of multiple orders and the mechanism of superconductivity.



In quantum magnets, Raman scattering can probe collective excitations from magnons as well as fractionalized spinons. The lateral makes Raman spectroscopy an important tool for investigating quantum spin liquids.



This Research Topic is focused on the recent advances in the inelastic light scattering research on various systems that are mostly associated with superconductors (cuprate superconductors, Fe-based superconductors, etc.) and magnetic materials (spin glass, spin liquid, quantum spin liquid, ferro/antiferro/ferri-magnetic materials, etc.)



Areas to be covered in this Research Topic will include but are not limited to the experimental and theoretical works on:



• Lattice dynamics

• Phonon interacting with other particles

• Raman scattering for probing superconducting gap and collective modes

• The fluctuations of the electronic order in superconductors, nematic phase

• Raman scattering for magnetic excitations

• Studies under extreme conditions, such as magnetic field and high pressure



Original research articles, reviews, min- reviews, and perspectives are welcome.

Keywords: Laser spectroscopy, Inelastic light scattering, Superconductors, Quantum magnets, Strongly-correlated electron systems


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

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