The editorial board of Superconductor Science and Technology (SUST)-a multidisciplinary journal for papers on all aspects of superconductivity- has recently released a list of 33 papers that highlight the quality of research published in SUST in 2005.
Among the papers is "Improved Pinning by Multiple In-line Damage" by UH authors Roy Weinstein, Ravi-Persad Sawh, Alberto Gandini, and Drew Parks.
Physics Professor Weinstein and his co-authors have recently found that conventional wisdom regarding how to obtain high current density (Jc) in a superconductor is incorrect. The paper named above is the first in a series of papers Weinstein et al. have published on this issue.