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Antia Botana is an assistant professor in the Department of Physics. Prior to joining ASU, she was a postdoctoral fellow at Argonne National Lab and at the University of California, Davis. Her research employs density functional theory to direct the computational design of materials with novel functionalities. She works on topics ranging from superconductivity to frustrated magnetism, thermoelectricity, and confinement effects in nanostructures.
Ph.D. Physics, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Theoretical and computational condensed matter physics, electronic structure, density functional theory, ab initio molecular dynamics, strongly correlated electron systems, oxide heterostructures, magnetic properties, phase transitions, spin-orbit coupling effects, thermoelectricity, high temperature superconductivity, quantum magnetism.
A. S. Botana and M. R. Norman. Layered palladates and their relation to nickelates and cuprates. arXiv:1807.05046
N. J. Ghimire, Mojammel A. Khan, A. S. Botana, J. S. Jiang, and J. F. Mitchell Phys. Rev. Materials 2, 081201(R) (2018). Editor's suggestion