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Physics
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78
Citations
29,455
360
World Ranking
2340
National Ranking
198

- Quantum mechanics
- Electron
- Condensed matter physics

His primary scientific interests are in Condensed matter physics, Graphene, Electronic structure, Strongly correlated material and Quantum mechanics. The various areas that Alexander I. Lichtenstein examines in his Condensed matter physics study include Density functional theory and Coulomb. His studies deal with areas such as Mott insulator, Local-density approximation, Phase, Interaction energy and Statistical physics as well as Coulomb.

He interconnects Chemical physics, Doping, Impurity, Magnetic moment and Substrate in the investigation of issues within Graphene. His work deals with themes such as Magnetism, Electronic correlation, Self-energy, Spin and Band gap, which intersect with Electronic structure. His Strongly correlated material research includes elements of Mott transition, Omega and Atomic physics.

- First-principles calculations of the electronic structure and spectra of strongly correlated systems: the LDA+ U method (2544 citations)
- Molecular doping of graphene (823 citations)
- Continuous-time Monte Carlo methods for quantum impurity models (742 citations)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Condensed matter physics, Electronic structure, Hubbard model, Quantum mechanics and Strongly correlated material. The study incorporates disciplines such as Fermi level, Electron and Graphene in addition to Condensed matter physics. His research integrates issues of Chemical physics, Impurity and Doping in his study of Graphene.

His Electronic structure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Coulomb, Spectral line, Density functional theory and Atomic physics. In Hubbard model, Alexander I. Lichtenstein works on issues like Statistical physics, which are connected to Quantum Monte Carlo and Quantum. Alexander I. Lichtenstein works in the field of Quantum mechanics, focusing on Hamiltonian in particular.

- Condensed matter physics (77.13%)
- Electronic structure (30.72%)
- Hubbard model (23.09%)

- Condensed matter physics (77.13%)
- Hubbard model (23.09%)
- Electronic structure (30.72%)

Alexander I. Lichtenstein mainly focuses on Condensed matter physics, Hubbard model, Electronic structure, Statistical physics and Superconductivity. His Condensed matter physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fermi level and Density functional theory. His study in Hubbard model is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fermion, Theoretical physics, Quantum, Boson and Lattice.

His Electronic structure research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Atom, Graphene and Metal–insulator transition. The concepts of his Statistical physics study are interwoven with issues in Strongly correlated material, Mean field theory, Quantum Monte Carlo, Variational principle and Spin-½. His Quantum Monte Carlo research incorporates themes from Anderson impurity model, Mott insulator and Coulomb.

- Diagrammatic routes to nonlocal correlations beyond dynamical mean field theory (151 citations)
- Magnon-assisted tunnelling in van der Waals heterostructures based on CrBr3 (135 citations)
- Local magnetic moments in iron and nickel at ambient and Earth's core conditions. (48 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Electron
- Condensed matter physics

Alexander I. Lichtenstein focuses on Condensed matter physics, Hubbard model, Density functional theory, Ferromagnetism and Instability. His Condensed matter physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electronic correlation, Electron and Graphene. His Hubbard model study combines topics in areas such as Tight binding, Boson, Statistical physics and Bosonization.

His Density functional theory study incorporates themes from Exchange interaction, Electronic band structure and Renormalization. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ab initio, Fluctuation-dissipation theorem, Spin density and Bandwidth. Alexander I. Lichtenstein has included themes like Fermi level, Fermi surface, Quasiparticle, Spin and Paramagnetism in his Electronic structure study.

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First-principles calculations of the electronic structure and spectra of strongly correlated systems: the LDA+ U method

Vladimir I Anisimov;F Aryasetiawan;A I Lichtenstein.

Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter **(1997)**

4470 Citations

Continuous-time Monte Carlo methods for quantum impurity models

Emanuel Gull;Andrew J. Millis;Alexander I. Lichtenstein;Alexey N. Rubtsov.

Reviews of Modern Physics **(2011)**

1521 Citations

Molecular doping of graphene

T. O. Wehling;K. S. Novoselov;S. V. Morozov;E. E. Vdovin.

Nano Letters **(2008)**

1256 Citations

Hydrogen on graphene: Electronic structure, total energy, structural distortions and magnetism from first-principles calculations

D. W. Boukhvalov;M. I. Katsnelson;A. I. Lichtenstein.

Physical Review B **(2008)**

958 Citations

Half-metallic ferromagnets: From band structure to many-body effects

M. I. Katsnelson;V. Yu. Irkhin;L. Chioncel;A. I. Lichtenstein.

Reviews of Modern Physics **(2008)**

934 Citations

Ab initio calculations of quasiparticle band structure in correlated systems: LDA++ approach

A. I. Lichtenstein;M. I. Katsnelson.

Physical Review B **(1998)**

807 Citations

Dynamical singlets and correlation-assisted Peierls transition in VO2

S. Biermann;S. Biermann;A. Poteryaev;A. Poteryaev;A. I. Lichtenstein;A. Georges;A. Georges.

Physical Review Letters **(2005)**

764 Citations

Continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo method for fermions

A. N. Rubtsov;V. V. Savkin;A. I. Lichtenstein.

Physical Review B **(2005)**

737 Citations

Frequency-dependent local interactions and low-energy effective models from electronic structure calculations

F. Aryasetiawan;M. Imada;M. Imada;A. Georges;A. Georges;G. Kotliar.

Physical Review B **(2004)**

673 Citations

Strength of effective Coulomb interactions in graphene and graphite.

T.O. Wehling;E. Sasioglu;C. Friedrich;A.I. Lichtenstein.

Physical Review Letters **(2011)**

526 Citations

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