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Electronic structure and physical properties of materials for nanoelectronics

Investigatordoc. RNDr. Ilja Turek, DrSc.
Number of ProjectA100100616
AgencyAkademie věd České republiky
Duration2005-12-31 - 2009-12-30

Anotace
The aim of the project is to develop an ab initio electron theory for systems
with high application potential in spintronics and nanoelectronics.
We propose to investigate systematically physical properties of solids,
clusters, and nanostructures based on their electronic structure.
We wish to address electron transport and other dynamical phenomena, exchange
interactions, energetics, phase stability, and selfassembly of nanostructures.
We will pay a particular attention to a correct treatment of electron
correlations.


2010

Ondráček M., Bengone O., Kudrnovský J., Drchal V., Máca F., Turek I.: Magnetic phase stability of monolayers: Fe on a Ta(x)W(1-x) (001) random alloy as a case study. Phys. Rev. B 81 (2010) 064410

Sato K., Bergqvist L., Kudrnovský J., Dederichs P., Eriksson O., Turek I., Sanyal B., Bouzerar G., Katayama-Yoshida H., Dinh V., Fukushima T., Kizaki H., Zeller R.: First-principles theory of dilute magnetic semiconductors. Rev. Mod. Phys. 82 (2010) 1633-1690

Drchal V., Ondráček M., Kudrnovský J., Bengone O., Turek I., Máca F.: Exchange interactions in the bcc Fe/TaW(001) system. J. Surf. Sci. Nanotechnol. 8 (2010) 157-160