The "glass transition'' as a topological defect driven transition in a distribution of crystals and a prediction of a universal viscosity collapse
, Z. Nussinov, N. B. Weingartner, and F. S. Nogueira
arXiv:1902.06593; Chapter 6 (pp. 61-79) in the book "Topological Phase Transitions and New Developments", Eds. L. Brink, M. Gunn, J. V. Jose, J. M. Kosterlitz, and K. K. Phua, World Scientific (2019)
Absence of magnetic monopoles in Maxwellian magnetoelectrics , Flavio S. Nogueira and Jeroen van den Brink
A high-temperature ferromagnetic topological insulating phase by proximity coupling, F. Katmis, V. Lauter, F. S. Nogueira, B. A. Assaf, M. E. Jamer, P. Wei, B. Satpati, J. W. Freeland, I. Eremin, D. Heiman, P. Jarillo-Herrero, and J. S. Moodera,, Nature (London) 533, 513 (2016).
Compact U(1) gauge theories in 2+1 dimensions and the physics of low dimensional insulating materials, F.S. Nogueira, J. Smiseth, E. Smørgrav, and A. Sudbø; Eur. Phys. J. C 33, 570 (2004) - hep-th/0310100;
Based on a talk by F.S. Nogueira at the EPS conference HEP2003, in
Field Theoretical Approaches to the Superconducting Phase Transition,
F. S. Nogueira and Hagen Kleinert;
based on lectures by F.S. Nogueira in the "Ising Lectures 2002" in
Published in the book Order, Disorder, and Criticality, edited
by Yu. Holovatch (World Scientific, Singapore, 2004).