Peter B. Littlewood
Ph.D., Cambridge, 1980.
Professor, Dept. Physics, James Franck Inst., and the College
Director, Argonne National Laboratory
Research: Theoretical physics, condensed matter physics.
Professor Littlewood's research has focused on the dynamics of collective transport; phenomenology and microscopic theory of high-temperature superconductors, transition metal oxides and other correlated electronic systems; and optical properties of highly excited semiconductors. He has applied his methods to engineering, including holographic storage, optical fibers and devices.
- Band Structure of SnTe studies by Photoemission Spectroscopy, P.B. Littlewood, B. Mihaila, R.K. Schulze, D.J. Safarik, J.E. Gubernatis, A. Bostwick, E. Rotenberg, C.P. Opeil, T. Durakiewicz, J.L. Smith, and J.C. Lashley, Physical Review Letters, 105, 086404 (2010).
- Polariton Condensates, D. Snoke and P.B. Littlewood, Physics Today, 63, 42 (August 2010).
Also see his Argonne National Laboratory profile.