Viktor Harkov
Viktor Harkov
Universität Hamburg/European XFEL
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Tracking the footprints of spin fluctuations: A multimethod, multimessenger study of the two-dimensional Hubbard model
T Schäfer, N Wentzell, F Šimkovic IV, YY He, C Hille, M Klett, CJ Eckhardt, ...
Physical Review X 11 (1), 011058, 2021
Consistent partial bosonization of the extended Hubbard model
EA Stepanov, V Harkov, AI Lichtenstein
Physical Review B 100 (20), 205115, 2019
Dual boson diagrammatic Monte Carlo approach applied to the extended Hubbard model
M Vandelli, V Harkov, EA Stepanov, J Gukelberger, E Kozik, A Rubio, ...
Physical Review B 102 (19), 195109, 2020
Coexisting charge density wave and ferromagnetic instabilities in monolayer InSe
EA Stepanov, V Harkov, M Rösner, AI Lichtenstein, MI Katsnelson, ...
npj Computational Materials 8 (1), 118, 2022
Impact of partially bosonized collective fluctuations on electronic degrees of freedom
V Harkov, M Vandelli, S Brener, AI Lichtenstein, EA Stepanov
Physical Review B 103 (24), 245123, 2021
Spin dynamics of itinerant electrons: Local magnetic moment formation and Berry phase
EA Stepanov, S Brener, V Harkov, MI Katsnelson, AI Lichtenstein
Physical Review B 105 (15), 155151, 2022
Multi-band D-TRILEX approach to materials with strong electronic correlations
M Vandelli, J Kaufmann, M El-Nabulsi, V Harkov, A Lichtenstein, ...
SciPost Physics 13 (2), 036, 2022
Parametrizations of local vertex corrections from weak to strong coupling: Importance of the Hedin three-leg vertex
V Harkov, AI Lichtenstein, F Krien
Physical Review B 104 (12), 125141, 2021
Extended regime of metastable metallic and insulating phases in a two-orbital electronic system
M Vandelli, J Kaufmann, V Harkov, AI Lichtenstein, K Held, EA Stepanov
Physical Review Research 5 (2), L022016, 2023
Nonlocal collective electronic fluctuations: From model systems to realistic materials
V Harkov
Staats-und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, 2022
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