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Scientific collaboration with warm relations

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It was in 1987 when I first time heard about the discovery of high-Tc superconductivity in cuprates. At that time I was a physics student at Kazan State University in Russia. I remember well a special session in a big auditorium of physics where I was listening with great interest to our physics professors enthusiastically describing different aspects of this discovery. At that time I knew very little about superconductivity, but looking how fascinated were our professors, it became clear to me that something extraordinary important has happened. This motivated me to choose high-Tc superconductivity as a subject for my diploma work. So I can say I was lucky that this important discovery was announced just before the start of my diploma thesis.




Shengelaya, A. (2017). Scientific collaboration with warm relations. Springer Series in Materials Science, 255, 307–316.

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