Luiza Angheluta-Bauer

Associate Professor - Condensed Matter Physics
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Visiting address Sem Sælands vei 24 Fysikkbygningen 0371 OSLO
Postal address Postboks 1048 Blindern 0316 OSLO
Other affiliations Department of Education (Student)

Research 

Theoretical and computational research within statistical physics of complex systems, including collective properties of defects in quantum turbulence and crystal plasticity, turbulent flows, interface dynamics and transport in disordered systems. 

Education

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

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

2004 B.A. Physics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark 

Teaching

FYS2160 -Thermodynamics and statistical physics

FYS4130 - Statistical mechanics

 

Awards and fellowships 

  • 2012 Fridtjof Nansen Award for Young researchers awarded by The Norwegian   Academy of Science and Letters
  • 2011 The King’s Gold Medal ("‘H.M. Kongens gullmedalje"’) for best 2010 doctoral thesis 
  • 2010 - 2012 Kristine Bonnevie traveling grant
Tags: Statistical modelling, Complex systems, turbulence, Plasticity

Publications

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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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Projects

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