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Sofia Kantorovich
Sofia Kantorovich
Professor, University of Vienna; Associate Professor, Ural Federal University.
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Magnetic properties of polydisperse ferrofluids: A critical comparison between experiment, theory, and computer simulation
AO Ivanov, SS Kantorovich, EN Reznikov, C Holm, AF Pshenichnikov, ...
Physical Review E 75 (6), 061405, 2007
1892007
Chain aggregate structure and magnetic birefringence in polydisperse ferrofluids
AO Ivanov, SS Kantorovich
Physical Review E 70 (2), 021401, 2004
1182004
Deformation mechanisms in 2d magnetic gels studied by computer simulations
R Weeber, S Kantorovich, C Holm
Soft Matter 8 (38), 9923-9932, 2012
972012
An iterative, fast, linear-scaling method for computing induced charges on arbitrary dielectric boundaries
S Tyagi, M Süzen, M Sega, M Barbosa, SS Kantorovich, C Holm
The Journal of chemical physics 132 (15), 154112, 2010
912010
Nonmonotonic magnetic susceptibility of dipolar hard-spheres at low temperature and density
S Kantorovich, AO Ivanov, L Rovigatti, JM Tavares, F Sciortino
Physical review letters 110 (14), 148306, 2013
832013
Ground state structures in ferrofluid monolayers
TA Prokopieva, VA Danilov, SS Kantorovich, C Holm
Physical Review E 80 (3), 031404, 2009
812009
Revealing the signature of dipolar interactions in dynamic spectra of polydisperse magnetic nanoparticles
AO Ivanov, VS Zverev, SS Kantorovich
Soft matter 12 (15), 3507-3513, 2016
772016
The generalized identification of truly interfacial molecules (ITIM) algorithm for nonplanar interfaces
M Sega, SS Kantorovich, P Jedlovszky, M Jorge
The Journal of chemical physics 138 (4), 044110, 2013
752013
Microstructure analysis of monodisperse ferrofluid monolayers: theory and simulation
S Kantorovich, JJ Cerda, C Holm
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 10 (14), 1883-1895, 2008
652008
Ferrofluid aggregation in chains under the influence of a magnetic field
AO Ivanov, SS Kantorovich, VS Mendelev, ES Pyanzina
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 300 (1), e206-e209, 2006
642006
Equilibrium properties of a bidisperse ferrofluid with chain aggregates: theory and computer simulations
C Holm, A Ivanov, S Kantorovich, E Pyanzina, E Reznikov
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 18 (38), S2737, 2006
612006
Ferrofluids with shifted dipoles: ground state structures
S Kantorovich, R Weeber, JJ Cerda, C Holm
Soft Matter 7 (11), 5217-5227, 2011
592011
Aggregate formation in ferrofluid monolayers: simulations and theory
JJ Cerdà, S Kantorovich, C Holm
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 20 (20), 204125, 2008
562008
Directional self-assembly of permanently magnetised nanocubes in quasi two dimensional layers
JG Donaldson, SS Kantorovich
Nanoscale 7 (7), 3217-3228, 2015
492015
Magnetic measurements as a key to the particle size distribution in ferrofluids: experiment, theory and computer simulations
AO Ivanov, SS Kantorovich, EN Reznikov, C Holm, AF Pshenichnikov, ...
Magnetohydrodynamics 43 (4), 393-399, 2007
492007
Influence of dipolar interactions on the magnetic susceptibility spectra of ferrofluids
JO Sindt, PJ Camp, SS Kantorovich, EA Elfimova, AO Ivanov
Physical Review E 93 (6), 063117, 2016
482016
Ferrogels cross-linked by magnetic nanoparticles—Deformation mechanisms in two and three dimensions studied by means of computer simulations
R Weeber, S Kantorovich, C Holm
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 383, 262-266, 2015
472015
Mesoscale structures at complex fluid–fluid interfaces: a novel lattice Boltzmann/molecular dynamics coupling
M Sega, M Sbragaglia, SS Kantorovich, AO Ivanov
Soft Matter 9 (42), 10092-10107, 2013
462013
Importance of matrix inelastic deformations in the initial response of magnetic elastomers
PA Sánchez, T Gundermann, A Dobroserdova, SS Kantorovich, ...
Soft Matter 14 (11), 2170-2183, 2018
432018
Self-organization in dipolar cube fluids constrained by competing anisotropies
L Rossi, JG Donaldson, JM Meijer, AV Petukhov, D Kleckner, ...
Soft Matter 14 (7), 1080-1087, 2018
432018
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