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Sergey Artyukhin

Principal Investigator
Senior Researcher Tenure Track - Principal Investigator
Quantum Materials Theory
Research center

Since 2015 Sergey Artyukhin is leading Quantum Materials Theory research line at IIT. His interests are in realistic modelling of a broad range of phenomena in condensed matter, related to ground state properties, excitations, switching and photoexcited dynamics, particularly in materials with complex ferroic orders. He graduated from Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology in 2007 and completed his PhD on modelling frustrated magnets and multiferroics working with M. Mostovoy at University of Groningen (NL). He then worked as a postdoc with D. Vanderbilt, K. Rabe, closely collaborating with S.-W. Cheong and K. Haule at Rutgers, bridging state of the art first-principles calculations (DFT, DMFT) with model Hamiltonians.

All Publications
Martin-Garcia B., Spirito D., Lin M.-L., Leng Y.-C., Artyukhin S., Tan P.-H., Krahne R.
Low-Frequency Phonon Modes in Layered Silver-Bismuth Double Perovskites: Symmetry, Polarity, and Relation to Phase Transitions
Advanced Optical Materials, vol. 10, (no. 14)
Article Journal
Chen P., Zhao H.J., Prosandeev S., Artyukhin S., Bellaiche L.
Microscopic origin of the electric Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction
Physical Review B, vol. 106, (no. 22)
Sekiguchi F., Budzinauskas K., Padmanabhan P., Versteeg R.B., Tsurkan V., Kezsmarki I., Foggetti F., Artyukhin S., van Loosdrecht P.H.M.
Slowdown of photoexcited spin dynamics in the non-collinear spin-ordered phases in skyrmion host GaV4S8
Nature Communications, vol. 13, (no. 1)
Ponet L., Artyukhin S., Kain T., Wettstein J., Pimenov A., Shuvaev A., Wang X., Cheong S.-W., Mostovoy M., Pimenov A.
Topologically protected magnetoelectric switching in a multiferroic
Nature, vol. 607, (no. 7917), pp. 81-85
Zhao H.J., Chen P., Prosandeev S., Artyukhin S., Bellaiche L.
Dzyaloshinskii–Moriya-like interaction in ferroelectrics and antiferroelectrics
Nature Materials, vol. 20, (no. 3), pp. 341-345
Organized Events
Artyukhin S., Chen P.
Bridging first-principles calculations and effective Hamiltonians