Laboratory for Computer Modeling and Condensed Matter Analysis

Head
Igor A. Abrikosov
Contact
Bara71s@yandex.ru
Project
Computer modeling of temperature influence on phase stability and mechanical characteristics of high-technology multicomponent transition metal-based alloys.
Address
Research Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 
Tomsk State University 
Office 230, Building 10
36 Lenin Ave.,
Tomsk, 634050, Russia 
Phone: (+7) 3822529621

Areas of Research

  • Development of multi-level approaches to computer modeling (including ab initio quantum mechanical modeling in the framework of density functional theory and atomistic modeling) for the development of new materials and coatings for various purposes and for the study of complex condensed matter behavior patterns; 
  • Design of a modern database of thermodynamic and mechanical properties of multi-component metallic alloy polycrystalline to conduct basic and applied research in the field of condensed matter physics and materials science; 
  • Development of the method of calculating the temperature, pressure and crystal lattice effect on thermodynamic and mechanical properties of multicomponent alloys using ab initio theory.

Partners

  1. Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Modeling and Development of New Materials (National Research Technological University Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys, Russia);
  2. Theoretical Physics Division (University of Linköping, Sweden);
  3. Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (Berlin, Germany)
  4. Strength Physics Laboratory of the Institute of Strength Physics and Materials Science, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Tomsk, Russia)

Services

Description of calculation methods, a software package, and instructions for their use on SKIF Cyberia Supercomputer.

Centre of Excellence

Smart Materials and Technologies
  • QS subject

  • Materials Sciences
  • Physics & Astronomy

Visiting professors

Igor A. Abrikosov
Degree
Doctor of Physics and Mathematics
University
Linkoping University, Sweden
Department
Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (IFM) / Theoretical Physics (TEOFY)

Laboratory Staff

Barannikova Svetlana A.
Degree
Doctor of Physics and Mathematics
Position
Professor
Department
Faculty of Physics and Engineering
Laboratory
Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Computer Modeling and Condensed Matter Analysis
Position (concurrent employment)
Head
Project
Condensed Matter Physics; Materials Science; Solid State Physics
Dmitriev Andrey I.
Degree
Doctor of Physics and Mathematics
Department
Faculty of Physics
Laboratory
Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Computer Modeling and Condensed Matter Analysis
Project
Computer-aided simulation; solid state physics; deformation; fracture; contact mechanics; friction and wear
Kartsev Aleksey I.
Degree
PhD
Position
Associate Professor
Department
Faculty of Physics and Engineering
Laboratory
Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Computer Modeling and Condensed Matter Analysis
Position (concurrent employment)
PostDoc
Project
Condensed matter theory, electron theory of solids; scientific programming; lattice dynamics; density functional theory; strongly correlated systems; Hubbard model; ultracold atoms; exact stationary and non-stationary methods; numerical solutions of model Hamiltonians
Nikonov Anton Yu.
Degree
Candidate of Physico-Mathematical Sciences
Laboratory
Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Computer Modeling and Condensed Matter Analysis
Project
Computer modeling; plastic deformation; strength; heterogeneous materials; theory of condensed state; electron theory of solid; scientific programming; density functional theory
Skripnyak Natalya V.
Department
Faculty of Physics and Engineering
Laboratory
Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Computer Modeling and Condensed Matter Analysis
Project
Multiscale computer simulations of mechanical phenomena; quantum mechanical (ab initio) calculations; mechanical properties of materials; computer simulation, deformation and fracture of materials; hard coating and protecting alloys; solid state physics
Zharmukhambetova Albina M.
Department
Faculty of Physics and Engineering
Laboratory
Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Computer Modeling and Condensed Matter Analysis
Project
Condensed matter theory; development of new constructional materials and coatings; scientific programming; density functional theory; strength; electron theory of solids