Category Archives: graphene

in memoriam of Mildred Dresselhaus

This year I have been invited to the ETSF Young Researchers Meeting to deliver a very special presentation: a talk in memoriam of Mildred Dresselhaus. I have accepted the invitation and saw it both as an honor and a duty … Continue reading

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First-Principles Design of Novel Materials for Spintronics Applications

Here comes a summary of my work (Z. Zanolli Sci Rep 2016) for a wider public. Highlighted in the spring 2017 issue of the InSiDE magazine (Innovatives Supercomputing in Deutschland). Online and as downloadable .pdf here: INSIDE_First-Principles Design of Novel … Continue reading

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Spintronics by Design

My work “Graphene-multiferroic interfaces for spintronics applications” has just been published on Scientific Reports. First principles calculations tell us the best way to combine the properties of two class of materials – graphene and multiferroics – in a new hybrid … Continue reading

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Invited talk at the APS March Meeting 2015

This year I have the honor and the pleasure of presenting my research at the world largest Physics conference: the APS March Meeting. My invited talk will deal with “Magnetoelectic multiferroic superlattices and interfaces: Designing spintronic materials from first principles” … Continue reading

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