Sofia Kantorovich

Computational Physics University of Vienna, Wien, Wien, Austria 
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Kuznetsov AA, Kantorovich SS. (2024) Magnetostatic response and field-controlled haloing in binary superparamagnetic mixtures. Physical Review. E. 108: 064603
Biersack M, Lakkis A, Richter R, et al. (2023) Controlling the coarsening dynamics of ferrogranular networks by means of a vertical magnetic field. Physical Review. E. 108: 054905
Mostarac D, Novak EV, Kantorovich SS. (2023) Relating the length of a magnetic filament with solvophobic, superparamagnetic colloids to its properties in applied magnetic fields. Physical Review. E. 108: 054601
Kuznetsov AA, Novak EV, Pyanzina ES, et al. (2023) Multicore-based ferrofluids in zero field: initial magnetic susceptibility and self-assembly mechanisms. Soft Matter. 19: 4549-4561
Dobroserdova AB, Novak EV, Kantorovich SS. (2023) Switching-field and first-order-reversal-curve distribution measurements in magnetic elastomers by molecular dynamics simulations: Accounting for polydispersity. Physical Review. E. 107: 044606
Rosenberg M, Kantorovich S. (2022) The influence of anisotropy on the microstructure and magnetic properties of dipolar nanoplatelet suspensions. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp
Mostarac D, Kantorovich SS. (2022) Rheology of a Nanopolymer Synthesized through Directional Assembly of DNA Nanochambers, for Magnetic Applications. Macromolecules. 55: 6462-6473
Mostarac D, Xiong Y, Gang O, et al. (2022) Nanopolymers for magnetic applications: how to choose the architecture? Nanoscale
Novak EV, Pyanzina ES, Gupalo MA, et al. (2022) Structural transitions and magnetic response of supramolecular magnetic polymerlike structures with bidisperse monomers. Physical Review. E. 105: 054601
Dobroserdova A, Schümann M, Borin D, et al. (2021) Magneto-elastic coupling as a key to microstructural response of magnetic elastomers with flake-like particles. Soft Matter
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