Seminar on Condensed Matter Theory

( Charles University in Prague, Department of Condensed Matter Physics )
Thermal expansion and thermal conductivity of novel nuclear fuels
Tomorrow at 13:00, as an online seminar.
Contact K. Carva for the online access information.

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News and Research Highlights

Our research on the APL cover

6 Dec 2020, 20:00

source: Applied Physics Letters

Recently our theory-experiment collaboration on the ultrafast spin manipulation using precisely tailored femtosecond laser pulses has been published in the Applied Physics Letters. It has been selected as a featured article at the cover of the latest APL issue.

Advances and challenges in single-molecule electron transport

1 Aug 2020, 8:00

source: Reviews of Modern Physics

A thorough review on measurement techniques and recent theories on electronic transport in single molecule magnets coauthored by R. Korytár just appeared in Reviews of Modern Physics.

Recent developments in Siesta

1 Aug 2020, 7:50

source: Siesta

A review of the present status, recent enhancements, and applicability of the Siesta program is presented in a new paper in The Journal of Chemical Physics with a contribution by R. Korytár.

Antiferromagnetic Spintronics

24 Jun 2020, 10:00

source: Physical Review Materials

Our ab initio calculations as well as collaboration with experiment have resulted in two recent publications on CuMnAs properties. In the first one, the finite temperature magnetism and resistivity of antiferromagnetic CuMnAs is described. The second one studies electrical transport properties of bulk tetragonal CuMnAs.

Nanocohybri

Our group also participates in COST Action Nanoscale Coherent Hybrid Devices for Superconducting Quantum Technologies (Nanocohybri), supported by the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST)

For more information see the video or contact T. Novotný.

Recent publications