Superconductivity was discovered 1911 by Kamerlingh Onnes.
During the last century, the history of superconductivity has been full of
theoretical challenges and practical developments.This book contains 15
chapters reporting interesting researches about theoretical and experimental
aspects of superconductivity.The chapters include: Room Temperature
Superconductivity, Unconventional Superconductivity , Coherent Current States in
Two-Band Superconductors, Nonlinear Response of the Static and Dynamic
Phases of the Vortex Matter, Energy Dissipation Minimization in
Superconducting Circuits, Electronic Transport in an NS System with a Pure
Normal Channel - Coherent and Spin-Dependent Effects, Effects of Impurities
on a Noncentrosymmetric Superconductor - Application to CePt3Si, Foundations
of Meissner Superconductor Magnet Mechanisms Engineering, Properties of
Macroscopic Quantum Effects and Dynamic Natures of Electrons in
Superconductors, FFLO and Vortex States in Superconductors with Strong
Paramagnetic Effect, Development of Josephson Voltage Standards, Critical
State Analysis Using Continuous Reading SQUID Magnetometer, Current Status
and Technological Limitations of Hybrid Superconducting-normal Single
Electron Transistors, Photonic Band Structure and Transmittance of the
Superconductor Photonic Crystal, Electrodynamics of High Pinning
Superconductors.

**Author(s):** Adir
Moyses Luiz

358**Pages**