Since his 2007 Nobel Prize, he is exploring the emerging directions of the exploitation of topological properties in spintronics. Schuller is Director of Center for Advanced Nanoscience, and Director of Energy Frontier Research Center on Quantum-Materials for Energy Efficient Neuromorphic-Computing (Q-MEEN-C), and he is Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Since 1995, he was a professor of Research Institute of Electrical Communication (RIEC) at Tohoku University.In 2011 he was awarded an ERC Advanced Grant in the field of spintronics.He was a member of the ERC Advanced Grant Evaluation Panel from 2009 to 2014.Green's function estimates for elliptic and parabolic operators: Applications to quantitative stochastic homogenization and invariance principles for degenerate random environments and interacting particle systems (Abstract) Zur Lösung von Grundfragen hochschulmethodischer Arbeit im Lehrgebiet Mathematik für Ökonomen in der Grundstudienrichtung Wirtschaftswissenschaften - unter besonderer Berücksichtigunbg der Linearen Optimierung Das Goursat-Problem für quasilineare hyperbolische Systeme partieller Differentialgleichungen erster Ordnung mit zwei unabhängigen Variablen.The supplemental file or files you are about to download were provided to Pro Quest by the author as part of a dissertation or thesis.Shinji Yuasa received a Ph D in Physics from Keio University in 1996.After receiving his doctorate, he served as a staff scientist at the Electrotechnical Laboratory (Tsukuba, Japan).He is a member of the Chilean, Spanish, Belgian and Colombian Academies of Science. Schuller is the President of the Board of Trustees and Scientific Advisory Committee of the The 22 nd President of Tohoku University. He published more than 550 papers and total citation is 45927 (as of Jan.2019) More Info: of the Department of Spintronics and Nanoelectronics at the Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (ASCR) and Professor at the School of Physics and Astronomy University of Nottingham, UK Tomas Jungwirth received his Ph. degree in condensed matter physics from the Charles University in Prague in 1997.Besides the ERC Scientific Council, he is a member of the Research and Development Council of the Government of the Czech Republic, member of the Learned Society of the Czech Republic, and member of the Academy of Europe.His research topic is magnetism and spintronics of low-dimensional structures, with a special focus on fundamental magnetization processes associated with domain walls.