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Katharina Stadler

science communication manager

Katharina Stadler joined Comscope in August 2017 and is responsible for presenting and explaining the center's mission, research and software suite to the scientific community and to the public on the Comscope webpage. She developed the concept and design ideas of the website and authored the web content.

Katharina Stadler is currently finishing her PhD in theoretical condensed matter physics at the Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich (Germany). She has a research background in strongly correlated electron systems with focus on the numerical simulation of model Hamiltonians for Hund metals (such as iron pnictides, ruthenates, and chalcogenides). During her PhD she gained expertise in applying and advancing the numerical renormalization group (NRG) as an impurity solver for dynamical mean field theory (DMFT).

Katharina Stadler is fascinated by the philosophy of science and technology and enjoys science communication. She is excited to be part of a paradigm change in material science: a transition from experimental-based to computational-based research. Further, she is delighted to support the dissemination of open source software in science.

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Selected Publications

Open Wilson chains for quantum impurity models: Keeping track of all bath modes.
B. Bruognolo, N.-O. Linden, F. Schwarz, S.-S. B. Lee, K. Stadler, A. Weichselbaum, M. Vojta, F. B. Anders, and J. von Delft,
Phys. Rev. B 95, 121115(R) (2017)

Structural and electronic properties of copper-doped chalcogenide glasses
David M. Guzman and Alejandro Strachan
Phys. Rev. Materials 1, 055801 (2017)

Interleaved numerical renormalization group as an efficient multiband impurity solver.
K. M. Stadler, A. K. Mitchell, J. von Delft, and A. Weichselbaum,
Phys. Rev. B 93, 235101 (2016)

Atomistic simulations of electrochemical metallization cells: mechanisms of ultra-fast resistance switching in nanoscale devices
Nicolas Onofrio , David Guzman and Alejandro Strachan
Nanoscale, 2016, 8, 14037-14047

Dynamical Mean-Field Theory Plus Numerical Renormalization-Group Study of Spin-Orbital Separation in a Three-Band Hund Metal.
K. M. Stadler, Z. P. Yin, J. von Delft, G. Kotliar, and A. Weichselbaum,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 136401 (2015)

Stability and migration of small copper clusters in amorphous dielectrics
David M. Guzman, Nicolas Onofrio, and Alejandro Strachan
Journal of Applied Physics 117, 195702 (2015)

Atomic origin of ultrafast resistance switching in nanoscale electrometallization cells
Nicolas Onofrio, David Guzman & Alejandro Strachan
Nature Materials volume 14, pages 440–446 (2015)

Role of strain on electronic and mechanical response of semiconducting transition-metal dichalcogenide monolayers: An ab-initio study
David M. Guzman and Alejandro Strachan
Journal of Applied Physics 115, 243701 (2014)