Gustav Bihlmayer

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Gustav Bihlmayer received his Ph.D. from the University of Vienna, Austria, where he studied chemistry and completed postdoctoral studies in the field of ab initio calculations of solids and surfaces. He is now a staff scientist at J├╝lich Research Centre, Germany, where he uses and develops density-functional-theory-based methods to computationally explore relativistic effects, in particular, noncollinear magnetic states in low-dimensional systems and various topological states of matter.


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