Jonas Fransson

Professor at Department of Physics and Astronomy, Materials Theory

Email:
jonas.fransson[AT-sign]physics.uu.se
Mobile phone:
+46 70 1679264
Visiting address:
Room POL 18:136 Lägerhyddsvägen 5
SE-75237 Uppsala
Sweden
Postal address:
Box 516
751 20 UPPSALA

Short presentation

My passion is to construct pictures of physical phenomena by means of the mathematical tools at my disposal. The theoretical comprehension is partly built on mathematical methods but also includes insights and descriptions that goes beyond the mathematical interpretation. In particular, I am interested in magnetic and spin based phenomena out of equilibrium, where vibrations, external forces, and time plays part for the physics.

CISS online seminars

Seminar schedule:

January 27 — Vladimiro Mujica, ASU — CISS Effect: Overview and Open Questions

February 10 — Carmen Hermann, Univ. Hambug — First-principles approaches to chiral induced spin selectivity

              24 — Jean-Philippe Ansermet, EPFL — Using Magnetic Resonance to demonstrate a CISS effect at chiral electrodes

March 10 — Per Hedegård, NBI — CISS - magnetic nanoparticles and leads

          24 — Jonas Fransson, UU — Charge Redistribution and Spin-Polarization Driven by Correlation Induced Electron Exchange in Chiral Molecules

April 7 — Xu Yang, Univ. Groningen —

      21 — Binhai Yan, Wiezmann institute —

May 5 — Clarice D. Aiello, UCLA —

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June 2 — Shijie Xie, Shandong University — Polaron dominated CISS in organic chiral polymers

      16 — Yonatan Dubi, BGU —

 

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Research Interests

Non-equilibrium condensed matter physics with special attention to the modeling of nanostructures systems and local probing techniques. Particular focus is directed on impurity scattering in two-dimensional systems, where the impurities possess bosonic (vibrational, spin, ...) degrees of freedom which give rise to inelastic scattering processes. Interactions between local defects adsorbed onto surface of modern materials e.g. superconductors, graphene, topological insulators, strongly spin-orbit coupled surfaces, and hidden order materials.

At the moment my devotion is set to chiral induced spin selectivity, where spatial and spin degrees of freedom cooperate with electron correlations and vibrations to generate a macroscopically measurable spin asymmetry in the charge current.

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Jonas Fransson