His primary scientific interests are in Condensed matter physics, Ferromagnetism, Electronic structure, Magnetization and Ab initio quantum chemistry methods. As part of his studies on Condensed matter physics, Stefan Blügel frequently links adjacent subjects like Spin polarization. The study incorporates disciplines such as Fermi level, Spin, Metal, Antiferromagnetism and Electric current in addition to Ferromagnetism.
As a member of one scientific family, Stefan Blügel mostly works in the field of Electronic structure, focusing on Ground state and, on occasion, Lattice. Within one scientific family, Stefan Blügel focuses on topics pertaining to Ab initio under Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Molecular physics and Dangling bond. His Scanning tunneling microscope research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Magnetism, Magnetic structure and Monolayer.
His primary areas of study are Condensed matter physics, Ferromagnetism, Electronic structure, Density functional theory and Magnetism. His research on Condensed matter physics often connects related topics like Magnetization. His Magnetization study focuses on Magnetic anisotropy in particular.
He combines subjects such as Monolayer, Hall effect, Transition metal and Ground state with his study of Ferromagnetism. The study incorporates disciplines such as Band gap, Ab initio and Ab initio quantum chemistry methods in addition to Electronic structure. Much of his study explores Density functional theory relationship to Scanning tunneling microscope.
His main research concerns Condensed matter physics, Ferromagnetism, Skyrmion, Magnetism and Spin-½. Specifically, his work in Condensed matter physics is concerned with the study of Spin. His research in Ferromagnetism intersects with topics in Monolayer, Position and momentum space, Antiferromagnetism, Chirality and Magnet.
His studies deal with areas such as Field, Magnetic structure, Magnetic field and Universality as well as Skyrmion. His Magnetism research incorporates themes from Fermi level, Paramagnetism and Topology. His Density functional theory study combines topics in areas such as Graphene, Topological insulator and Ground state.
Stefan Blügel mainly focuses on Condensed matter physics, Skyrmion, Ferromagnetism, Spin-½ and Spin. His Condensed matter physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hall effect, Magnet and Density functional theory. He has researched Skyrmion in several fields, including Heterojunction, Transition metal, Magnetic structure, Magnetic field and Ab initio theory.
His work deals with themes such as Antisymmetric exchange, Monolayer, Heat current and Nernst effect, which intersect with Ferromagnetism. His Spin-½ research incorporates elements of Half-metal, Semiconductor, Binary number, STRIPS and Gapless playback. His Spin study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Quasiparticle, Hubbard model, Topology, Atomic number and Chemisorption.
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Spontaneous atomic-scale magnetic skyrmion lattice in two dimensions
Stefan Heinze;Kirsten von Bergmann;Matthias Menzel;Jens Brede.
Nature Physics (2011)
Symmetry and magnitude of spin-orbit torques in ferromagnetic heterostructures
Kevin Garello;Ioan Mihai Miron;Can Onur Avci;Frank Freimuth.
Nature Nanotechnology (2013)
Chiral magnetic order at surfaces driven by inversion asymmetry
M. Bode;M. Bode;M. Heide;K. von Bergmann;P. Ferriani.
Reproducibility in density functional theory calculations of solids
Kurt Lejaeghere;Gustav Bihlmayer;Torbjörn Björkman;Torbjörn Björkman;Peter Blaha.
Strong spin-orbit splitting on bi surfaces.
Yuri M. Koroteev;Yuri M. Koroteev;G. Bihlmayer;J. E. Gayone;J. E. Gayone;Eugene V. Chulkov;Eugene V. Chulkov.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
Ground States of Constrained Systems: Application to Cerium Impurities
P. H. Dederichs;S. Blügel;R. Zeller;H. Akai.
Physical Review Letters (1984)
Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction accounting for the orientation of magnetic domains in ultrathin films: Fe/W(110)
M. Heide;G. Bihlmayer;S. Blügel.
Physical Review B (2008)
Strength of effective Coulomb interactions in graphene and graphite.
T.O. Wehling;E. Sasioglu;C. Friedrich;A.I. Lichtenstein.
Physical Review Letters (2011)
Terahertz spin current pulses controlled by magnetic heterostructures.
Tobias Kampfrath;M. Battiato;P. Maldonado;G. Eilers.
Nature Nanotechnology (2013)
Real-space imaging of two-dimensional antiferromagnetism on the atomic scale
S. Heinze;S. Heinze;M. Bode;A. Kubetzka;O. Pietzsch.
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