Patrik Henelius
AlbaNova, KTHTheoretical Physics 10691 Stockholm, SWEDEN Email: henelius a kth.se Phone: +46-8-5537 8136 Office: Albanova, Roslagstullsbacken 21, Room A4:1078 Delivery address: Roslagsvägen 30B, 114 19 Stockholm |

**Open PhD Positions **

After a psoition in Copenhagen was filled at an earlier stage there are now two available positions focused on neutron studies of frustrated magnets under high pressure:

One at KTH

and one at the University of Oslo

**Teaching **

- Thermodynamics, SI1121
- Statistical Physics, SI1161
- Advanced Statistical Mechanics , SI2510
- Quantum Mechanics , SI1151
- Bachelor's Thesis , SA104X

- Statistical Mechanics, Condensed Matter Theory
- Classical and quantum magnetism
- Disordered systems and frustrated magnets
- Classical and quantum phase transitions
- Rare-Earth based magnetism
- Classical and quantum Monte Carlo methods

- H. M. Revell, L. R. Yaraskavitch, J. D. Mason, K. A. Ross, H. M. L. Noad, H. A. Dabkowska, B. D. Gaulin, P. Henelius & J. B. Kycia, "Evidence of impurity and boundary effects on magnetic monopole dynamics in spin ice," Nature Physics 9, 34-37 (2013)
- A. Biltmo & P. Henelius, "Unreachable glass transition in dilute dipolar magnet" Nat. Commun. 3:857 doi: 10.1038/ncomms1857 (2012).

Department of Theoretical Physics

Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)

AlbaNova University Center