I. V. Solovyev. Realistic Modeling of Complex Oxide Materials

Natural Sciences / Physics / Condensed Matter Physics

Submitted on: Jun 15, 2012, 09:31:52

Description: Since electronic and magnetic properties of many transition-metal oxides can be efficiently controlled by external factors such as the temperature, pressure, electric or magnetic field, they are regarded as promising materials for various applications. From the viewpoint of electronic structure, these phenomena are frequently related to the behavior of a small group of states close to the Fermi level. The basic idea of this project is to construct a low-energy model for the states near the Fermi level on the basis of first-principles density functional theory, and to study this model by modern many-body techniques. After a brief review of the method, the abilities of this approach will be illustrated on a number of examples, including multiferroic manganites and spin-orbital-lattice coupled phenomena in RVO3 (R being the three-valent element).

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