Biography and interviews:
- Taming Superconductors
With String Theory, Interview in Quanta Magazine. Also in Scientific American.
- Biography at the National Academy of Sciences
- Public Lecture on
Quantum Entanglement and Superconductivity,
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics,
Waterloo, Canada, October 1, 2014 [Video; PDF; Keynote; Trailer; Interview 1; Interview 2].
- Videos of the Salam Distinguished Lectures 2014,
International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, January 27-30, 2014 [Interview].
- A profile and an interview in the Harvard Gazette.
- Is there a speed limit for thermalization, by Michael Mulligan, Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics, November 2016.
- Electrons go with the flow in exotic material systems,
by Jan Zaanen, Science 351, 1026 (2016).
Quantum phase transition underpins superconductivity in copper oxides, CIFAR News, February 2016.
- How to make electrons behave like
a liquid, MIT News, February 2016.
- The Quantum Secret to
Superconductivity, Quanta Magazine, February 2016.
- Liquid-like graphene could be the key to understanding black holes, Gizmag, February 2016.
- A metal that behaves like water,
AAAS EurekaAlert!, February 2016.
- Getting a grip on quantum criticality in metals, by
Joerg Schmalian, Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics, January 2016.
- Quantum Hydrodynamic Transport in Graphene, by Francisco Guinea, Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics, October 2015.
- Unraveling the complex, intertwined electron phases in a superconductor, Phys. Org and ScienceDaily, October 26, 2015.
- What is the fastest an egg (or anything else) can be scrambled?, by Joel Moore, Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics, June 2015.
- Quantum fluctuations can handle heat,
CIFAR Knowledge Circle, September 2014.
- A Critical Test of Quantum Criticality, by Martin Klanjšek, Physics 7, 74 (2014).
- Superconducting instabilities of quantum critical metals, by Leon Balents, Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics, May 2014.
- Decoding the Secrets of Superconductivity, Quanta magazine, Simons Foundation, April 2014.
- Quantum mechanics of black holes, by Edward Witten, Science 337, 538 (2012).
- Collaborative physics: String theory finds a bench mate, Nature 478, 302 (2011).
- A route to quantum magnetism, by Ian Spielman, Nature 472, 301 (2011).
- Recent Progress in non-Fermi Liquid Theory in Two Dimensions, by Patrick Lee, Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics, December 2010.
- String theory tackles strange metals, Nature News, October 2010.
- In pursuit of a nameless metal, by John McGreevy, Physics 3, 83 (2010).
- Hidden one-dimensional physics in 2D critical metals, by Andrey Chubukov, Physics 3, 70 (2010).
- Physicists investigate electron fractionalization into not two, but three components, Phys.Org, August 2010.
- Does quantum mechanics play a role in critical phenomena?, by Rajiv Singh, Physics 3, 35 (2010).
- 'Perfect' fluids in nuclear, atomic and condensed matter physics, by Joerg Schamlian, Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics, September 2009.
- Electrons in graphene: an interacting fluid par excellence, by Igor Herbut, Physics 2, 57 (2009).
- String theory hints at explanation for superconductivity, Nature News, July 2009.
- The Black Hole and the Babel Fish, The Foundational Questions Institute, October 2008.
- Beyond convention, by Didier Poilblanc, Nature Physics 4, 16 (2008).
- Article in Dutch newspaper, September 2, 2007.
- A black hole full of answers, by Jan Zaanen, Nature 448, 30 (2007).
- Quantum criticality beyond the Landau-Ginzburg-Wilson paradigm,
by Bertrand Halperin, Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics, April 2005.
- Quantum Phase Transitions out of the Heavy Fermi liquid,
by Matthew Fisher, Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics, October 2004.
- New Experiments Highlight Universal Behavior in Copper Oxide Superconductors, Physics Today, September 2004.
- The Cup of the Hand, by Robert Laughlin, Science 303, 1475 (2004).
- Experiments Vindicate a 50-Year-Old Explanation of How Liquid Metals Resist Solidification, Physics Today, July 2003.
- Microwaves Induce Vanishing Resistance in Two-Dimensional Electron Systems, Physics Today, April 2003.
- From Superfluid to Insulator: Bose-Einstein Condensate Undergoes a Quantum Phase Transition, Physics Today, March 2002.
- Magnetism and Superconductivity Fight for Control in High-Tc Superconductors, Physics Today, February 2002.
- Spin and Isospin: Exotic Order in Quantum Hall Ferromagnets, by Steven Girvin, Physics Today, June 2000.