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Bartomeu Monserrat wins Psi-k Volker Heine Young Investigator Award

last modified Jun 07, 2018 04:46 PM
Award recognises an individual for their outstanding computational work

Bartomeu Monserrat who has recently been appointed as a Winton Advanced Research Fellow has been awarded the prestigious Psi-k Volker Heine Young Investigator Award for his research on “Temperature effects in spin-orbit physics from first principles”

The award is for research in any type of condensed matter, materials or nanoscience research involving electronic structure calculations, with the five finalist presenting their work at a special session at the Berlin DPG meeting on 13 March 2018.  Bartomeu won the first prize of 2,500 Euros which was awarded by Professor Volker Heine.

Further information the research of Bartomeu Monserrat can be found via his website.

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