We show results on the vortex core dissipation through current voltage measurements under applied pressure and magnetic field in the superconducting phase of CeCoIn5. We find that as soon as the system becomes superconducting, the vortex core resistivity increases sharply as the temperature and magnetic field decrease. The sharp increase in flux-flow resistivity is due to quasiparticle scattering on critical antiferromagnetic fluctuations. The strength of magnetic fluctuations below the superconducting transition suggests that magnetism is complementary to superconductivity and therefore must be considered in order to fully account for the low temperature properties of CeCoIn5 .

Strong Magnetic Fluctuations in a Superconducting State of CeCoIn5  (Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 056401, 2012)