Volker Heine, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Cavendish Laboratory University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Electronic Structure of solids
Website:
http://www.tcm.phy.cam.ac.uk/profiles/vh200/
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https://inspirehep.net/authors/1059845

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Children

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Leopoldo M. Falicov grad student 1959 Cambridge
Thomas Maurice Rice grad student 1964 Cambridge
Leslie E. Ballentine grad student 1965 Cambridge
John B. Pendry grad student 1969 Cambridge
Roger Haydock grad student 1972 Cambridge
Peter B Littlewood grad student 1976-1979 Cambridge
Gregory A. Benesh post-doc 1982 Cambridge
Jyh-Shing Lin post-doc 1990-1991 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)

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Martin T Dove collaborator Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
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Moya X, Defay E, Heine V, et al. (2015) Too cool to work Nature Physics. 11: 202-205
Heine V. (2011) Some thoughts about Jürgen Hafner's work in computational materials science. Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter : An Institute of Physics Journal. 23: 400301
Heine V. (2007) Brain drain: gains all round when it goes both ways. Nature. 447: 28
Dove MT, Pryde AKA, Heine V, et al. (2007) Exotic distributions of rigid unit modes in the reciprocal spaces of framework aluminosilicates Journal of Physics Condensed Matter. 19
Heine V. (2005) Electrons navigate disordered media Physics World. 18: 27-28
Trachenko K, Dove MT, Heine V. (2002) Origin of the T1+α dependence of the heat capacity of glasses at low temperature Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 65: 922011-922014
Bosenick A, Dove MT, Heine V, et al. (2001) Scaling of thermodynamic mixing properties in garnet solid solutions Physics and Chemistry of Minerals. 28: 177-187
Trachenko K, Dove MT, Heine V. (2001) Simulation of two-level tunneling states and floppy modes in silica glass 2001 International Conference On Computational Nanoscience - Iccn 2001. 121-124
Heine V. (2000) Crystal structure. As weird as they come Nature. 403: 836-7
Trachenko KO, Dove MT, Harris MJ, et al. (2000) Dynamics of silica glass: Two-level tunnelling states and low-energy floppy modes Journal of Physics Condensed Matter. 12: 8041-8064
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