David Serantes Abalo
Dr. David Serantes holds a combined teaching and research position at the Applied Physics Department within the USC, under the Ramón y Cajal program. His expertise is on theoretical nanomagnetism, with a particular interest on system of magnetic nanoparticles.
His research tools are mainly computational techniques such as Monte Carlo, micromagnetics, or Brownian dynamics.
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Prof. Chantrell is Professor Emeritus at the University of York. His work in magnetic hyperthermia arose from a general interest in nanoparticle magnetism, applying the kinetic Monte Carlo model to the properties of interacting spin systems.
He has also been involved with the development of atomistic spin models for application in information storage materials and ultrafast magnetism.
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