Seminar: Equations in magnetization dynamics
- Location: Ångströmlaboratoriet, Lägerhyddsvägen 1 Room 64119
- Lecturer: Jonas Fransson
- Contact person: Jonas Fransson
As a physicist, my job is to work out a comprehensive physical picture from the equations I can access and derive. Typically, these equations are non-linear partial differential equations that depend on the environment, in both space and time, and, normally cannot solve these equations. I will present some physical background and concepts that provides a route to studying magnetization dynamics. The basic formulation of the dynamics is a spatially and temporally non-local and non-linear ordinary differential equation with respect to the time-variable. However, through a set of natural physical arguments, the equation can be turned into a non-linear partial differential equation. The physical content and interpretations will be discussed at the different levels of approximations. Input on how to go about with the mathematics is highly desired.
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 J. Fransson, D. Thonig, P. F. Bessarab, S. Bhattacharjee, J. Hellsvik, and L. Nordström, Phys. Rev. Materials, 1, 074404 (2017).