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Seminário do Prof. Mikhail Iosifovich Katsnelson (Radboud University Nijmegen, Holanda)

Última Atualização: Quinta, 21 Janeiro 2021 09:56

Data: 03.02.2021 (quarta-feira)   

Horário: 10h                                                                       

        

Complexity of magnetic patterns and self-induced spin-glass state (seminário em inglês)

Palestrante: Prof. Mikhail Iosifovich Katsnelson (Radboud University Nijmegen, Holanda)
Data: 03.02.2021 (quarta-feira)
Horário: 10h
Link: Google Meet (hangouts)

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Sumário:

Complexity of magnetic patterns and self-induced spin-glass state

Mikhail Katsnelson
Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands

The origin of complexity remains one of the most important and, at the same time, the most controversial scientific problems. Earlier attempts were based on theory of dynamical systems but did not lead to a satisfactory solution of the problem. I believe that a deeper understanding is possible based on a recent development of statistical physics, combining it with relevant ideas from evolutionary biology and machine learning. Using patterns in magnetic materials as the main example, I discuss some general problems such as (a) a formal definition of pattern complexity [1]; (b) self-induced spin glassiness due to competing interactions as a way to interpret chaotic patterns [2]; (c) multi-well states intermediate between glasses and ordinary ordered states and their relevance for the problem of long-term memory in complicated systems [3]; and (d) complexity of frustrated quantum spin systems [4]. I will also review a very recent experimental observation of self-induced spin-glass state in elemental neodymium [5].

[1] A. A. Bagrov, I. A. Iakovlev, A. A. Iliasov, M. I. Katsnelson, and V. V. Mazurenko, Multi-scale structural complexity of natural patterns, PNAS (2020), DOI 10.1073/pnas.2004976117.
[2] A. Principi and M. I. Katsnelson, Spin glasses in ferromagnetic thin films, Phys. Rev. B 93, 054410 (2016); Self-induced glassiness and pattern formation in spin systems due to long-range interactions, Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 137201 (2016).
[3] A. Kolmus, M. I. Katsnelson, A. A. Khajetoorians, and H. J. Kappen, Atom-by-atom construction of attractors in a tunable finite size spin array, New J. Phys. 22, 023038 (2020).
[4] T. Westerhout, N. Astrakhantsev, K. S. Tikhonov, M. I. Katsnelson, and A. A. Bagrov, Generalization properties of neural network approximations to frustrated magnet ground states, Nature Commun. 11, 1 (2020).
[5] U. Kamber et al, Self-induced spin glass state in elemental and crystalline neodymium, Science 368, eaay6757 (2020).


 

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