Self-energy corrections to anisotropic Fermi surfaces
- Author(s): Roldán, R;
- López-Sancho, MP;
- Guinea, F;
- Tsai, SW
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.74.235109
The electron-electron interactions affect the low-energy excitations of an electronic system and induce deformations of the Fermi surface. These effects are especially important in anisotropic materials with strong correlations, such as copper-oxide superconductors or ruthenates. Here we analyze the deformations produced by electronic correlations in the Fermi surface of anisotropic two-dimensional systems, treating the regular and singular regions of the Fermi surface on the same footing. Simple analytical expressions are obtained for the corrections, based on local features of the Fermi surface. It is shown that, even for weak local interactions, the behavior of the self-energy is nontrivial, showing a momentum dependence and a self-consistent interplay with the Fermi surface topology. Results are compared to experimental observations and to other theoretical results. © 2006 The American Physical Society.