Sergei L. Dudarev spends much of his time researching Condensed matter physics, Tungsten, Dislocation, Molecular physics and Vacancy defect. His Condensed matter physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Interatomic potential and Density functional theory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Niobium, Atom, Tantalum and Armour in addition to Tungsten.
The various areas that Sergei L. Dudarev examines in his Dislocation study include Number density, FOIL method, Kinetic Monte Carlo and Ion. His Molecular physics study which covers Irradiation that intersects with Electron microscope, Distribution function, Nanoscopic scale and Microscope. His Vacancy defect research includes themes of Crystallographic defect and Elastic modulus.
Condensed matter physics, Tungsten, Dislocation, Vacancy defect and Irradiation are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Electron and Density functional theory as well as Condensed matter physics. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Electron, Computational physics is strongly linked to Scattering.
His Tungsten research integrates issues from Nuclear engineering, Molecular physics and Atom. His studies in Dislocation integrate themes in fields like Phase transition, Stress and Anisotropy. His Vacancy defect research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mesoscopic physics, Dipole, Kinetic Monte Carlo and Metastability.
His primary scientific interests are in Condensed matter physics, Tungsten, Vacancy defect, Dislocation and Density functional theory. In his research on the topic of Condensed matter physics, Chromium is strongly related with Atom. His research integrates issues of Chemical physics, Kinetic Monte Carlo, Helium, Molecular physics and Radiation damage in his study of Tungsten.
Sergei L. Dudarev combines subjects such as Crystallography, Cascade and Cluster with his study of Molecular physics. Sergei L. Dudarev has included themes like Isotropy and Plasticity in his Dislocation study. The Density functional theory study combines topics in areas such as Crystallographic defect and Mesoscopic physics.
Sergei L. Dudarev mainly investigates Condensed matter physics, Tungsten, Density functional theory, Atom and Radiation damage. Sergei L. Dudarev interconnects Dipole and Molecular dynamics in the investigation of issues within Condensed matter physics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crystallographic defect, Kinetic Monte Carlo and Hydrogen.
His work carried out in the field of Atom brings together such families of science as Particle, Displacement, Dynamic simulation, Structural phase and Mixing. His work deals with themes such as Molecular physics, Computational physics, Cascade and Neutron irradiation, which intersect with Radiation damage. His Vacancy defect research incorporates themes from Cluster expansion and Metallurgy, Rhenium.
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Electron-energy-loss spectra and the structural stability of nickel oxide: An LSDA+U study
S. L. Dudarev;G. A. Botton;S. Y. Savrasov;C. J. Humphreys.
Physical Review B (1998)
Recent progress in research on tungsten materials for nuclear fusion applications in Europe
M. Rieth;S. L. Dudarev;S. M. Gonzalez De Vicente;J. Aktaa.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2013)
Multiscale modeling of crowdion and vacancy defects in body-centered-cubic transition metals
P. M. Derlet;D. Nguyen-Manh;S. L. Dudarev;S. L. Dudarev.
Physical Review B (2007)
Self-interstitial atom defects in bcc transition metals: Group-specific trends
D. Nguyen-Manh;A. P. Horsfield;S. L. Dudarev.
Physical Review B (2006)
Effect of Mott-Hubbard correlations on the electronic structure and structural stability of uranium dioxide
S. L. Dudarev;D. Nguyen Manh;A. P. Sutton.
Philosophical Magazine Part B (1997)
A "magnetic" interatomic potential for molecular dynamics simulations
S. L. Dudarev;P. M. Derlet.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (2005)
An integrated model for materials in a fusion power plant: transmutation, gas production, and helium embrittlement under neutron irradiation
M.R. Gilbert;S.L. Dudarev;S. Zheng;L.W. Packer.
Nuclear Fusion (2012)
Primary radiation damage: A review of current understanding and models
Kai Nordlund;Steven J. Zinkle;Steven J. Zinkle;Andrea E. Sand;Fredric Granberg.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2018)
Electronic Structure and Elastic Properties of Strongly Correlated Metal Oxides from First Principles: LSDA + U, SIC‐LSDA and EELS Study of UO2 and NiO
S. L. Dudarev;G. A. Botton;S. Y. Savrasov;Z. Szotek.
Physica Status Solidi (a) (1998)
Debye–Waller Factors and Absorptive Scattering Factors of Elemental Crystals
L.-M. Peng;G. Ren;S.L. Dudarev;M.J. Whelan.
Acta Crystallographica Section A (1996)
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