J. M. Florez

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The crystal structure, magnetic anisotropy and magnetoelasticity of epitaxial SrTi(0.87)Fe(0.13)O(3-δ) (STF13) and SrTi(0.65)Fe(0.35)O(3-δ) (STF35) films grown on (001), (011), and (111) oriented SrTiO(3) substrates were investigated. The films grew with compressive in-plane strain and underwent tetragonal, monoclinic, and rhombohedral distortions on the(More)
In this Letter, we present a theoretical and experimental study about the spatial correlations of paired photons generated by Type II spontaneous parametric down-conversion. In particular, we show how these correlations can be positive or negative, depending on the direction in which the far-field plane is scanned and the polarization postselected. Our(More)
Fe(2)P-like structures can be strongly frustrated magnets due to their Kagome/triangular intercalated-layer structure. A complete magnetic solution of the complex spin architecture, and hence the full potential of the magnetic phenomena in Fe(2)P-like material prototypes, is yet to be found. A previous magnetic model for a representative FeCrAs-like system(More)
Article is made available in accordance with the publisher's policy and may be subject to US copyright law. Please refer to the publisher's site for terms of use. The MIT Faculty has made this article openly available. Please share how this access benefits you. Your story matters. It is well known that the spin-chain compound Ca 3 Co 2 O 6 exhibits(More)
A study of macroscopic quantum tunneling (MQT) of the magnetic moment in systems with quadratic and higher order uniaxial anisotropy and Zeeman interaction is presented. By using the instanton technique, under the giant spin approximation, the escape rate or probability per unit of time Gamma that the system undergoes a transition between coherent or(More)
Monte Carlo modeling suggests that the magnetothermal features of the Fe2P-structured FeCrAs-like compound offer a promising route for the design of magnetocaloric materials. The prototype structure is modeled as antiferromagnetically coupled layered Heisenberg systems mimicking the distorted Kagome/triangular stacked architecture of FeCrAs iron-pnictide.(More)
We study the excitonic effects on the second-order nonlinear optical properties of semi-spherical quantum dots considering, on the same footing, the confinement potential of the electron-hole pair and the Coulomb interaction between them. The exciton is confined in a semi-spherical geometry by means of a three-dimensional semi-parabolic potential. We(More)
In this work, the second harmonic generation from excitonic transitions in semiconductor quantum dots is computationally studied. By integrating a density matrix treatment with a partial configuration interaction approach, we obtain the second order susceptibility as a function of externally applied electric and magnetic fields for highly confined neutral(More)
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