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CIC07_Master_Magnetic surfaces in nonmagnetic materials (or rather the ferromaagnetic surface of an antiferromagnet)

The theory and simulation lines started in September 2011, and is lead by Emilio Artacho, coming from the University of Cambridge. He is considering candidates for a Master’s project in the theory and computer simulation of the surface of chromia, an antiferromagnetic materia. The surface appears ferromagnetic, which is interesting for many possible applications.

The work will include theoretical simulations in high-performance computers, and will be suitable for  condensed matter/solid state physics or theoretical chemistry graduates, with good knowledge of English, and interest in computing and supercomputers.

More information: Theory Group


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