The first paper resulting from our collaboration since the start of joint EPSRC funding for our project has now been published:
P. Whittlesea, J. Quintanilla, J. F. Annett, A. D. Hillier & C. Hooley. Can Topological Transitions be Exploited to Engineer Intrinsically Quench-Resistant Wires? IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 28, 1–5 (2018). DOI: 10.1109/TASC.2018.2791515
This is also our first paper in IEEE Transactions, in line with our aim to enhance communication between fundamental and applied superconductivity research. The paper explores a novel application of topological transitions, namely quench prevention – see this earlier post for further explanations and a link to some animations. The work also involved Chris Hooley of the University of St Andrews.