Tenure track assistant professor: Malte Rösner

Malte Rösner
Malte Rösner

Radboud University

Theory of Condensed Matter Department

Email: M.Roesner@science.ru.nl

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Short Biography

Rösner’s research focus lies in the theoretical description of correlation effects in novel layered materials, their heterostructures, and corresponding nanostructures by means of material-realistic ab initio techniques. He co- pioneered the field of Coulomb Engineering of layered materials, which allows for fundamentally new device concepts via non-invasive external structuring of many-body interactions. His sub-group has a special focus on superconductivity and magnetism in two-dimensional and related materials. In 2017 he was awarded a Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

Publications in QuMat

Nb3Cl8: a prototypical layered Mott-Hubbard insulator
S Grytsiuk; MI Katsnelson; EGCPV Loon; M Roesner
NPJ Quantrum Materials 9, 1 8 (2024)
Paramagnetic electronic structure of CrSBr: Comparison between ab initio GW theory and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy
Marco Bianchi and Swagata Acharya and Florian Dirnberger and Julian Klein and Dimitar Pashov and Kseniia Mosina and Zdenek Sofer and Alexander N. Rudenko and Mikhail I. Katsnelson and Mark van Schilfgaarde and Malte Roesner and Philip Hofmann
Physical Review B 107, 235107 (2023)
Revised Tolmachev-Morel-Anderson pseudopotential for layered conventional superconductors with nonlocal Coulomb interaction
M. Simonato and M.I. Katsnelson and M. Rösner
Physical Review B 108, 64513 (2023)
Screening induced crossover between phonon- and plasmon-mediated pairing in layered superconductors
Y. in’t Veld and M.I. Katsnelson and A.J. Millis and M. Rösner
2D Materials 10, 4 (2023)
Charge transfer induced Lifshitz transition and magnetic symmetry breaking in ultrathin CrSBr crystals
Marco Bianchi and Kimberly Hsieh and Esben Juel Porat and Florian Dirnberger and Julian Klein and Kseniia Mosina and Zdenek Sofer and Alexander N. Rudenko and Mikhail I. Katsnelson and Yong P. Chen and Malte Rösner and Philip Hofmann
Physical Review B 108, 19 (2023)

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