Asst. Prof. Magdalena Birowska

Magdalena Popielska
Institute of Theoretical Physics,
University of Warsaw

My research activities focus on the understanding of the physical properties of nanomaterials by means of theory and simulations, using a range of computational methods among others Density Functional Theory, Tight-Binding, Monte Carlo simulations. The current research is devoted to the prediction of various physicochemical properties of the novel 2D materials and van der Waals heterostructures.

Latest Posts

New paper on arxiv

arXiv:2205.04585 “Controlling magnetic exchange and anisotropy by non-magnetic ligand substitution in layered MPX$_3$ (M = Ni, Mn; X = S, Se)”, R. Basnet, K. Kotur, M. Rybak, C. St...

funding received from New Ideas 2A

Dr. Birowska received a financial support of the project entitled: "Modelling of the optical properties of the magnetic layered structures" within the New Ideas 2A in Priority Res...

New paper in Journal of Physical Chemistry C

JPCC, April 2022: “Limited Ferromagnetic Interactions in Monolayers of MPS$_3$ (M = Mn and Ni)”. C. Autieri, G. Cuono, C. Noce, M. Rybak, K. M. Kotur, C. E. Agrapidis, K. Wohlfeld...

Spring '22 - Group Meeting

Group Meeting took place at Faculty of Physics at conference room on 5$^{th}$ floor. We started our meeting with a seminar talk entitled: “Nanolayers modelling group - Reserch Goa...

New paper in Advanced Materials

Advanced Materials, March 2022 Just accepted in Advanced Materials: “Two-dimensional MBenes: a Novel Member in the Flatland”. V.G. Nair, M. Birowska, D. Bury, M. Jakubczak, A. Ros...