Research Assistant Professor
Office: S2 411
Dr. Roxana Margine received her PhD in Physics with a minor in High Performance Computing from Penn State University in 2007. Before joining the Department in January 2013 she was a Research Fellow at University Claude Bernard Lyon and a Marie-Curie Research Fellow at the University of Oxford.
I develop and apply ab initio computational methods for modeling of emerging materials with applications in energy transport and electronics. I am particularly interested in phonon mediated superconductors and carbon nanomaterials.I have recently developed a computational tool within the EPW package that enables a fully anisotropic Migdal-Eliashberg treatment of the electron-phonon coupling via Wannier functions. The EPW package will be released as an open-source code linked with QUANTUM ESPRESSO in the new future.
"Anisotropic Migdal-Eliashberg theory using Wannier functions", E. R. Margine and F. Giustino, Phys. Rev. B, 87, 024505 (2013)
"Dislocation-Driven Deformations in Graphene", J. H. Warner, E. R. Margine, M. Mukai, A. W. Robertson, F. Giustino, and A. I. Kirkland, Science 337, 209 (2012)
"New superconducting and semiconducting Fe-B compounds predicted with an ab initio evolutionary search", A. N. Kolmogorov, S. Shah, E. R. Margine, A. F. Bialon, T. Hammerschmidt, and R. Drautz, Phys. Rev. Lett., 105, 217003 (2010)
Last Updated: 4/9/13