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Research in Theory of Magnetism
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Volodymyr P. Kravchuk
Oleksandr V. Pylypovskyi
Denis D. Sheka
Oleksii M. Volkov
Kostiantyn V. Yershov
Articles and Books
Welcome to the Homepage of the Group «Research in Theory of Magnetism» (RITM, Kyiv, Ukraine)!
Our team is focused on physics of the nonlinear phenomena in the Nanomagnetism, including dynamics of 2D magnetic solitons, vortices, topological singularities and many others.
Control of magnetic response in curved stripes by tailoring the cross section
Curved magnetic architectures are key enablers of prospective magnetic devices with respect to size, functionality, and speed. By exploring geometry-governed magnetic interactions, curvilinear magnetism offers...
Chirality coupling in topological magnetic textures with multiple magnetochiral parameters
Chiral effects originate from the lack of inversion symmetry within the lattice unit cell or sample’s shape. Being mapped onto magnetic ordering, chirality enables topologically...
Curvilinear Micromagnetism: From Fundamentals to Applications
This book covers the theory of curvilinear micromagnetism as well as experimental study of curved magnets including both fabrication and characterization About: Zach Evenson “Magnetism...
Field-induced spin reorientation transitions in antiferromagnetic ring-shaped spin chains
Easy axis antiferromagnets are robust against external magnetic fields of moderate strength. Spin reorientations in strong fields can provide insight into more subtle properties of...
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