Theory of Magnetic Materials Group
We research the magnetic properties of materials and work on material models applying first-principles methods and high throughput design. We develop methodologies for evaluating properties of materials and apply machine learning methods on materials design.
Congratulations to Shuyao Lin on her recent work published in Materials Today Physics
March 06, 2023
Our previous Master student, Ms. Shuyao Lin, who is now a PhD student at the TU Wien, publishes her work in an article in Materials Today Physics, revealing that the thermal conductivities of antiferroelectric materials can be changed up to 50% by applying electric fields.
FAIRMat has appointed Prof. Dr. Hongbin Zhang as a new PI
February 09, 2023
FAIRMat has appointed Prof. Dr. Hongbin Zhang as a new PI for its Task E4 on Magnetism and Spintronics.
Welcome to Fu Li
January 12, 2023
We are pleased to welcome Fu Li who has joined TMM in November as a scholarship student from Guangdong University of Technology in Guangzhou China. Fu Li will focus his research on “Theoretical study on transport properties of floquet topological insulators”.
Congratulations to Chen
January 12, 2023
21 December 2022
We congratulate Chen Shen to his very successful PhD defense. He was awarded a summa cum laude for his PhD defense on “Designing Functional Materials Driven by the Lattice Degree of Freedom.” Well Done Chen !!
Welcome to Wenling Ren
November 14, 2022
NHR Scholarship student from China
In September Wenling Ren has joined the TMM research group as a PhD student with the NHR Graduate School from the NHR Center for Computational Engineering Sciences (NHR4CES, https://www.nhr4ces.de). She has been awarded a scholarship for three years. She will be engaged in research on “Inverse Design of Functional Materials”.
Congratulations to Ilias
November 07, 2022
4 November 2022
We congratulate Ilias Samathrakis to his successful defense of his PhD dissertation. The topic of his thesis is: “Topological transport properties of ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic materials“. For his future career we wish Ilias all the best.