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Christoph Wellm

Leibniz IFW Dresden

Name Wellm, Christoph
Abteilung IFF (Research Team: Magnetic Properties)
Funktion PhD Student
Adresse IFW Dresden
Helmholtzstraße 20
01069 Dresden
Telefonnummer +49-351-4659-156
E-Mail c.wellm(at)ifw-dresden.de

About

Welcome to my webpage on the IFW website. I am currently doing my PhD in the electron spin resonance (ESR) group led by Dr. Kataev. There, I am exploring fundamental magnetic properties and spin dynamics, chiefly of frustrated  magnetic systems. Yes, frustrated. ;-) Interesting phenomena may occur, such as spin liquids, exotic magnetic phases and suppression of conventional magnetism, which are related to a degeneracy of the ground state due to the frustration (see
below for more information). 

I studied Physics (Bachelor and Master) at the TU Dresden, a university renown for its strong scientific departments and offering a wide variety of both broadcast and in-depth Physics lectures such as Biophysics, Advanced Quantum Mechanics and Computational Physics. Already starting with the study of spin dynamics in my Master, I have now specialized in this technique and gained profound understanding in the area of Solid State Physics. 

Besides that, I love and make music, am interested in many things such as Philosophy, Psychology and Politics, and like languages and linguistics.

Below, you can find a list of my publications and general and specific information about my research topic and related matter.

Publication List

Journal Papers

2018 - C.Wellm, J. Zeisner, A. Alfonsov, A.U.B. Wolter, M. Roslova, A. Isaeva, T. Doert, M. Vojta, B. Büchner, V. Kataev
Signatures of low-energy fractionalized excitations in alpha-RuCl3 from field-dependent microwave absorption
Physical Review B | Volume: 98 | Issue; 18 | P. 184408/1-6 | URL

ArXiv

2019 - Magnetic interactions in the tripod-Kagome antiferromagnet Mg2Gd3Sb3O14
C. Wellm, J. Zeisner, A. Alfonsov, M.-I. Sturza, G. Bastien, S. Gaß, S. Wurmehl, A.U.B. Wolter, B. Büchner, V. Kataev
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