Modern Magnetic Systems: Theory and Experiment in Concert

A special issue of Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417).

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University of Lodz, Faculty of Physics and Applied Informatics, Department of Solid State Physics, PL90-236 Łódź, Poland
Interests: theory/models of magnetism; thermodynamics and statistical physics; theoretical description of modern low-dimensional materials
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Dear Colleagues,

Technological development relies on novel magnetic materials, the design and characterization of which constitutes a highly challenging task for the contemporary magnetochemistry community and, more generally, for condensed matter scientists. In particular, the needs of nanotechnology stimulate the progress in magnetochemistry and prove that the most promising materials may include molecule-based systems (incorporating, for example, single-molecule magnets and metal–organic frameworks), various classes of magnetic nanostructures, and a plethora of related systems. Their existing and future applications can be as diverse as quantum information processing and magnetocaloric cooling. Maintaining the progress requires the development of novel theoretical models to describe the existing materials and optimize their properties as well as emergence of new theoretical ideas to invent and design innovative magnetic systems with unique attributes. On the other hand, their characterization stimulates mastering the relevant experimental techniques. The broad and interdisciplinary field of magnetism calls for concerted efforts of theoreticians and experimentalists focused on achieving a complete understanding of the highly promising materials.

The aim of this Special Issue of Applied Sciences entitled “Modern Magnetic Systems: Theory and Experiment in Concert” is to collect works deepening our knowledge on modern magnetic materials. The scope of this issue includes but is not limited to the following theoretical and experimental topics: the theory of modern magnetic systems; contemporary models useful for their description, understanding, and prediction of the properties; relevant computational methods in the field of magnetism; and experimental approaches and techniques for characterization of modern magnetic materials. Papers focused on either theoretical or experimental results are welcome, whereas studies combining both approaches would be especially valuable.

It is my great pleasure to invite you to submit your manuscripts presenting recent original results to this Special Issue of Applied Sciences.

You may choose our Joint Special Issue in Magnetochemistry.

Dr. Karol Szałowski
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • Theory of magnetic systems
  • Thermodynamics of magnets
  • Models of magnetism
  • Experimental methods in magnetism
  • Molecular magnetism
  • Single-molecule magnets
  • Metal–organic frameworks
  • Magnetic nanostructures

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