Alexander Perlov
Alexander Perlov
Lead scientist at BIOVIA
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Adiabatic spin dynamics from spin-density-functional theory: Application to Fe, Co, and Ni
SV Halilov, H Eschrig, AY Perlov, PM Oppeneer
Physical Review B 58 (1), 293, 1998
Multiple-scattering formalism for correlated systems: A KKR-DMFT approach
J Minar, L Chioncel, A Perlov, H Ebert, MI Katsnelson, AI Lichtenstein
Physical Review B 72 (4), 045125, 2005
Electron and vibrational spectroscopies using DFT, plane waves and pseudopotentials: CASTEP implementation
V Milman, K Refson, SJ Clark, CJ Pickard, JR Yates, SP Gao, PJ Hasnip, ...
Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM 954 (1-3), 22-35, 2010
Structural, electronic and vibrational properties of tetragonal zirconia under pressure: a density functional theory study
V Milman, A Perlov, K Refson, SJ Clark, J Gavartin, B Winkler
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 21 (48), 485404, 2009
Electronic structure and magneto-optical Kerr effect of and - or -substituted
VN Antonov, BN Harmon, VP Antropov, AY Perlov, AN Yaresko
Physical Review B 64 (13), 134410, 2001
Optical and magneto-optical properties of Co/Pt multilayers
S Uba, L Uba, AN Yaresko, AY Perlov, VN Antonov, R Gontarz
Physical Review B 53 (10), 6526, 1996
Core-level spectroscopy calculation and the plane wave pseudopotential method
SP Gao, CJ Pickard, A Perlov, V Milman
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 21 (10), 104203, 2009
Computationally based explanation of the peculiar magneto-optical properties of PtMnSb and related ternary compounds
VN Antonov, PM Oppeneer, AN Yaresko, AY Perlov, T Kraft
Physical Review B 56 (20), 13012, 1997
Magnon spectrum and related finite-temperature magnetic properties: A first-principle approach
SV Halilov, AY Perlov, PM Oppeneer, H Eschrig
EPL (Europhysics Letters) 39 (1), 91, 1997
Electronic structure of : A combined photoemission and inverse photoemission study
M Traving, M Boehme, L Kipp, M Skibowski, F Starrost, EE Krasovskii, ...
Physical Review B 55 (16), 10392, 1997
Calculation of the magneto-optical properties of ferromagnetic metals using the spin-polarized relativistic LMTO method
VN Antonov, AY Perlov, AP Shpak, AN Yaresko
Journal of magnetism and magnetic materials 146 (1-2), 205-207, 1995
Magnetocrystalline anisotropy energy in cubic Fe, Co, and Ni: Applicability of local-spin-density theory reexamined
SV Halilov, AY Perlov, PM Oppeneer, AN Yaresko, VN Antonov
Physical Review B 57 (16), 9557, 1998
Calculated optical properties of heavy metals. I. Relativistic formalism and cubic 5d metals
VN Antonov, AI Bagljuk, AY Perlov, VV Nemoshkalenko, VN Antonov, ...
Low Temperature Physics 19, 494-505, 1993
First‐principles study of the giant magneto‐optical Kerr effect in MnBi and related compounds
PM Oppeneer, VN Antonov, T Kraft, H Eschrig, AN Yaresko, AY Perlov
Journal of applied physics 80 (2), 1099-1105, 1996
Electronic structure of low-carrier and related compounds
VN Antonov, AN Yaresko, AY Perlov, P Thalmeier, P Fulde, PM Oppeneer, ...
Physical Review B 58 (15), 9752, 1998
Calculated magneto-optical Kerr spectra of compounds (X= V, Cr, Mn, Fe and Co)
PM Oppeneer, VN Antonov, T Kraft, H Eschrig, AN Yaresko, AY Perlov
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 8 (31), 5769, 1996
Electronic structure and optical spectra of and Ag, Au, Pd, and In)
VN Antonov, M Galli, F Marabelli, AN Yaresko, AY Perlov, E Bauer
Physical Review B 62 (3), 1742, 2000
Fully relativistic spin-polarized LMTO calculations of the magneto-optical Kerr effect of d and f ferromagnetic materials. I. Chromium spinel chalcogenides
VN Antonov, VP Antropov, BN Harmon, AN Yaresko, AY Perlov
Physical Review B 59 (22), 14552, 1999
Theory of the giant magneto-optical Kerr effect in MnPt3 and PtMnSb
PM Oppeneer, VN Antonov, T Kraft, H Eschrig, AN Yaresko, AY Perlov
Solid state communications 94 (4), 255-259, 1995
Mechanism of the giant magnetoresistance in UNiGa from first-principles calculations
VN Antonov, AY Perlov, PM Oppeneer, AN Yaresko, SV Halilov
Physical review letters 77 (26), 5253, 1996
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