Julia Wiktor

Assistant Professor at Condensed Matter and Materials Theory

Julia Wiktor joined Chalmers in May 2019. She obtained a M.Sc. degree from Grenoble INP in France and Gdansk Technical University in Poland. She carried out her PhD studies on nuclear materials at CEA Cadarache in France and was awarded a PhD degree by Aix-Marseille University in 2015. After graduating, she moved to EPFL in Switzerland for a postdoctoral stay focusing on solar materials.

Her main scientific interests are novel photoabsorbing materials for solar devices. In particular, she uses advanced electronic structure methods to study how complex physical phenomena occuring at the atomic scale affect the efficiency of solar devices.

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Influence of Oxygen Vacancies on the Structure of BiVO4

Nicklas Österbacka, Julia Wiktor
Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Vol. 125 (2), p. 1200-1207
Journal article

Finite-size corrections of defect energy levels involving ionic polarization

Stefano Falletta, Julia Wiktor, Alfredo Pasquarello
Journal article

ABINIT: Overview and focus on selected capabilities

Aldo H. Romero, Douglas C. Allan, Bernard Amadon et al
Journal of Chemical Physics. Vol. 152 (12)
Review article

Small Electron Polarons in CsPbBr3: Competition between Electron Localization and Delocalization

Nicklas Österbacka, Paul Erhart, Stefano Falletta et al
Chemistry of Materials. Vol. 32 (19), p. 8393-8400
Journal article

Strong Hole Trapping Due to Oxygen Dimers in BiVO4: Effect on the Water Oxidation Reaction

Francesco Ambrosio, Julia Wiktor
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. Vol. 10 (22), p. 7113-7118
Journal article

Nonempirical hybrid functionals for band gaps of inorganic metal-halide perovskites

Thomas Bischoff, Julia Wiktor, Wei Chen et al
Physical Review Materials. Vol. 3 (12)
Journal article

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Phase behavior and electronic properties of mixed halide perovskites from atomic scale simulations

Paul Erhart Condensed Matter and Materials Theory
Julia Wiktor Condensed Matter and Materials Theory
Swedish Research Council (VR)


Atomistic Design of Photoabsorbing Materials

Julia Wiktor Condensed Matter and Materials Theory
Swedish Research Council (VR)

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