Research in Theory of Magnetism
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Denys Y. Kononenko
Volodymyr P. Kravchuk
Oleksandr V. Pylypovskyi
Denis D. Sheka
Mykola I. Sloika
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.
Shape transformations in flexible magnetic rings
The development of motility mechanisms controllable on the sub-micron length scale is crucial for both nanorobotics and shapeable magnetoelectronics. We showcase that the nanoscale shape...
Chiral Skyrmion and Skyrmionium States Engineered by the Gradient of Curvature
Curvilinear nanomagnets can support magnetic skyrmions stabilized at a local curvature without any intrinsic chiral interactions. Here, we propose an alternative mechanism to stabilize chiral...
Geometry-induced motion of magnetic domain walls in curved nanostripes
Dynamics of topological magnetic textures are typically induced externally by, e.g., magnetic fields or spin/charge currents. Here, we demonstrate the effect of the internal-to-the-system geometry-induced...
Localization of magnon modes in a curved magnetic nanowire
Spin waves in magnetic nanowires can be bound by a local bending of the wire. The eigenfrequency of a truly local magnon mode is determined...
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