- Jong Mok Ok, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Pohang, South Korea
The coupling between spin and charge degrees of freedom is one of the key ingredients to induce the rich novel electronic phases in strongly correlated electron systems, especially in correlated heterostructures. In these systems, novel electronic phases are easily stabilized due to the competing interactions of spin and charge degrees of freedom. Therefore, exploring and understanding the various electronic phases in strongly spin-charge coupled systems can be considered as an attractive research topic. In this respect, the correlated heterostructures provide an opportunity to manipulate the spin and charge degrees of freedom and to find new electronic ground states. In this talk, various novel electronic phases and unusual transport behaviors will be discussed in several spin-charge coupled compounds, ranging from a simple layered compound to a complex heterostructure, such as Fe3GeTe2, PdCrO2, or Sr2VO3FeAs.