Luiza Angheluta-Bauer

Associate Professor - Condensed Matter Physics
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Phone +47 22856763
Room V311
Visiting address Sem Sælands vei 24 Fysikkbygningen 0371 OSLO
Postal address Postboks 1048 Blindern 0316 OSLO


She has a broad interest in collective phenomena, transport and pattern formation in non-equilibrium and complex systems using theoretical and computational physics. Her current research is pivoted on understanding the dynamics of interacting topological defects in broken-symmetry (ordered) states of matter, and their collective effects on the large-scale properties of matter. Particular topics of her research include modelling of:

- turbulence and vortex dynamics in superfluid Bose-Einstein condensates

- plasticity and dislocation dynamics in crystalline matter

- topological defects in soft active matter with nematic order.     


2010 Ph.D. Physics, University of Oslo, Norway 

2006 M.Sc. Physics, Niels Bohr Institute, Denmark 


2013-2019 Spring semester: FYS4130 - Statistical mechanics

2018-2019 Fall semester: FYS2160 -Thermodynamics and statistical physics


Tags: Statistical physics, Complex systems, Turbulence, Plasticity, Active Matter


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  • Myhra, Kristin Sæterdal & Angheluta, Luiza (2011). A Phase Field Crystal Study of Freezing and Melting.
  • Myhra, Kristin Sæterdal & Angheluta, Luiza (2011). How do crystals melt: the role of dislocations and grain boundaries.
  • Angheluta, Luiza (2009). Instabilities in reactive and deformable two phase media.
  • Angheluta, Luiza (2007). Physical mechanisms in the formation and dynamics of stylolitic surfaces.
  • Angheluta, Luiza; Jettestuen, Espen; Mathiesen, Joachim; Renard, Francois Marie Paul L & Jamtveit, Bjørn (2007). Solid-solid phase transformation: roughening of stylolites.
  • Angheluta, Luiza & Mathiesen, Joachim (2007). Energy consideration of elastic interfaces: some insights on stylolites.

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Published Jan. 18, 2012 12:52 PM - Last modified July 3, 2020 5:36 PM