Condensed Matter Physics

Description: The aim of this research line is to investigate the structural, electronics, magnetics and transport properties of bulk or nanostructured materials by using theoretical/computational methods and experimental techniques which allow to the knowledge about the electromagnetic interactions among the atoms and their neighborhoods.
The main goals of these researches are the development of new materials (metals, ceramics, carbon and hybrid materials), the deep understanding about the physicochemical characteristics and the evaluation of their potential for technological applications. Novel bulk or nanostructured materials have been obtained by technique like thin film deposition, wet chemical routes and thermal/mechanical processing.
Spectroscopic methods that allow a local study of atomic environments (like Mössbauer spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance and Raman scattering), physical properties measurements in a large range of temperature (2-1000 K)and/or application of high magnetic fields (up to 9 T) and microscopy techniques (such as scanning electron microscopy and atomic force microscopy) are applied to the experimental characterization of the properties of newly developed materials. From the theoretical/computational point of view, physical properties calculations and structural modeling are performed by methods based on the Density Functional Theory or on the Molecular Dynamics.
Recent advances have been achieved in the fields of thin films, nanostructured intermetallic compounds, magnetic nanoparticles, nanoporous materials, graphene and related materials, among others.

Abbreviation Titlesort descending Starting date Deadline (months)
LMC_2021 Carbon and Ceramic Materials: Properties and Technological Applications 01/08/2021 24
Spintronics, Magnonics, Spin Caloritronics, Skyrmionics and Spin Phononics in Ferroeletric, Ferromagnetic and Antiferromagnetic Materials 02/01/2021 24
ACS Study of Nanomaterials via Atomistic Computer Simulations 01/05/2020 36
EMB Study of the 2-D (bidimensional) Materials 20/05/2017 36
LMC_2013 01/08/2013 24
ETM2D 01/01/2015 24
LMC_2011 01/08/2011 24
CNPq-PQ/2009-2012 01/03/2013 36
02/01/2010 24
01/08/2010 12
02/01/2000 0
ESC 11/09/2014 84
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