Calculations and Simulations of Low-Dimensional Materials
Tailoring Properties for Applications
1. Auflage September 2022
256 Seiten, Hardcover
1 Abbildungen (1 Farbabbildungen)
In contrast to the existing books, where conventional simulations for traditional materials are usually presented, the developed methods for novel materials are comprehensively reviewed in this book.
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2 New Physical Effects Based on Band Structure
3 Ferromagnetic Order in Two- and One-Dimensional Materials
4 Two-Dimensional Topological States
5 Calculation of Excited-State Properties
6 Charge Carrier Dynamics from Simulations
7 Simulations for Photocatalytic Materials
8 Simulations for Electrochemical Reactions
Wei Wei obtained the Ph.D. degree in 2011 from Shandong University, and now is an associate professor of the School of Physics at the Shandong University. His research topics include excited-state properties and photo(chem)chemical properties of 2D material.
Yandong Ma received his B.S. degree in 2009 and Ph.D. in 2014 at Shandong University under the supervision of Prof. Ying Dai. Afterwards he worked as a postdoc at Jacobs University. In 2016, he moved to Leipzig University as a postdoc. Since September of 2017, he joined Shandong University as a Full Professor. His research interests focus on the electronic and spintronic behaviors of two-dimensional materials.
Chengwang Niu received his Ph.D. degree in 2013 from Shandong University and then moved as a post-doctoral to Research Center Jülich Germany from 2013 to 2018. He joined Shandong University as a professor in October 2018. His research interests are the materials modeling and simulation from density functional theory, special focus is on novel topological materials, topological phase transitions, electronic and magnetic properties of solids, surfaces, and interfaces, anomalous and spin Hall effects.