2016 - Photo Contest
2017 - Photo Contest
Workshop on 2D and Dirac Materials
Workshop on the Advances in Dirac and Weyl Materials
New Class - Discovering Physics!
Dr. Haraldsen works on theoretical and
computational condensed matter physics, where he utilizes various
techniques that are centered around exact
diagonalization, phenomenological, mean-field, and density functional
methods and approaches. Overall, he is interested in investigating the
complex states and competing interactions between charge, spin, and
lattice degrees of freedom in magnetic and charge-order materials. Recently, Dr. Haraldsen has been working on understanding the interactions at
complex oxide interfaces for multilayers as well as surface states and
magnetoelectric transport in 2D and Dirac materials. The overall goal is
to model and predict materials that have the potential to be utilized for
applications within spintronic and multiferroic devices.
do research in theoretical or computational condensed matter physics, then
please contact Dr. Haraldsen.
Check out my group's page (www.nuclearbologna.com)
Computational Investigation of the Electronic and Optical Properties of Planar Ga-doped Graphene
N. Creange, C. Constantin, J.-X. Zhu, A.V. Balatsky, and J.T. Haraldsen, Advances in Condensed Matter Physics (2015).
Proximity-Induced Magnetization in Transition-Metal Substituted Graphene
C.B. Crook, C. Constantin, T. Ahmed, J.-X. Zhu, A.V. Balatsky, and J.T. Haraldsen, Scientific Reports (2015).
Thermoelectric Properties of Nano-Meso-Micro β-MnO2 Powders as a Function of Electrical Resistance
M. Hedden, N. Francis, J. T. Haraldsen, T Ahmed, and C. Constantin, Nanoscale Research Letters 10, 1 (2015).
First-Principles Investigation of Nanopore Sequencing Using Variable Voltage Bias on Graphene-Based Nanoribbons
H. L. McFarland, T. Ahmed, J.-X. Zhu, A. V. Balatsky, and J. T. Haraldsen, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 6, 2616 (2015).
Generalization of polarized spin excitations for asymmetric dimeric systems
G. Houchins & J. T. Haraldsen, Physical Review B 91, 014422 (2015).
Understanding Magnetic Dirac Materials - Institute for Materials Science at Los Alamos National Laboratory
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