Michael Weinert received a BA in Physics and Mathematics from Northwestern University (1976), a ScM (1977) from Brown University, and a PhD in Physics (1982) from Northwestern University. He was a member of the Condensed Matter Theory Group at Brookhaven National Laboratory from 1982 to 2001, and was a Visiting Scientist at the KFA-Juelich (1986-7) and a Visiting Professor at the University of Vienna (2010).
Since 2001 Professor Weinert has been at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he is a Distinguished Professor and Director of the Laboratory for Surface Studies. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and of the Institute of Physics (U.K.), and previously was an Associate Editor of Physical Review B.
Further information regarding his research, including publications, can be found on the electronic structure group website.
Nawa, K, Kitakoa, Y., Nakamura, K., Imaura, H., Akiyama, T., Ito, T., and Weinert, Michael T. “Search for the ground-state electronic configurations of correlated organometallic metallocenes from constraint density functional theory.” Phys. Rev. B
94. (2016): 035136.
Johnson, P D., Yang, H B., Rameau, J D., Gu, G D., Pan, Z H., Valla, T, Weinert, Michael T., and Fedorov, A V. “Spin-orbit interactions and the nematicity observed in the Fe-based superconductors.” Phys. Rev. Lett.
114. (2015): 167001.
Mattson, Eric C., Pande, K, Cui, S, Weinert, Michael T., Chen, Junhong, and Hirschmugl, Carol J. “Investigation of NO2 adsorption on reduced graphene oxide.” Chem. Phys. Lett
622. (2015): 86-91.
Oba, M, Nakamura, K, Akiyama, T, Ito, T, Weinert, Michael T., and Freeman, A J. “Electric-Field-Induced Modification of the Magnon Energy, Exchange Interaction, and Curie Temperature of Transition-Metal Thin Film.” Phys. Rev. Lett.
114. (2015): 107202.
Pu, H H., Rhim, S H., Gajdardziska-Josifovska, Marija, Hirschmugl, Carol J., Weinert, Michael T., and Chen, Junhong. “A statistical thermodynamics model for monolayer gas adsorption on graphene-based materials: implications for gas sensing applications.” RSC Advances
4. (2014): 47481-47487.
Lui, L., Li, L. L., Rajput, S., Gilks, D., Lari, L., Galindo, P. L., Weinert, Michael T., Lazarov, V. K., and Li, L. “Tuning Dirac states by strain in the topological insulator Bi2Se3.” Nature Physics
10. (2014): 294-299.
Mattson, Eric, Cui, Shumao, Gajdardziska-Josifovska, Marija, Chen, Junhong, Weinert, Michael T., and Hirschmugl, Carol J. “Vibrational Excitations and Low-Energy Electronic Structure of Epoxide-Decorated Graphene.” Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
5. (2014): 212-219.
Rajput, S., Chen, M., Liu, Y., Li, Y. Y., Weinert, Michael T., and Li, Lian. “Spatial fluctuations in barrier height at the graphene–silicon carbide Schottky junction.” Nature Communications
Nakamura, K., Rhim, S. H., Sugiyama, A., Sano, K., Akiyama, T., Ito, T., Weinert, Michael T., and Freeman, A. J. “Electric-field-driven hole carriers and superconductivity in diamond.” Physical Review B
Kitaoka, Y., Nakamura, K., Akiyama, T., Ito, T., Weinert, Michael T., and Freeman, A. J. “Excited Cr impurity states in Al2O3 from constraint density functional theory.” Physical Review B
Liu, Y., Li, Y. Y., Gilks, D., Lazarov, V. K., Weinert, Michael T., and Li, Lian. “Charging Dirac states at antiphase domain boundaries in the three-dimensional topological insulator Bi2Se3.” Physical Review Letters
Pu, H. H., Rhim, S. H., Hirschmugl, Carol J., Gajdardziska-Josifovska, Marija, Weinert, Michael T., and Chen, Junhong. “Strain-induced band-gap engineering of graphene monoxide and its effect on graphene.” Physical Review B
Mattson, E., Pu, H., Cui, S., Schofield, M., Rhim, S. H., Lu, G., Nasse, M., Ruoff, R. S., Weinert, Michael T., Gajdardziska-Josifovska, Marija, Chen, Junhong, and Hirschmugl, Carol J. “Evidence of Nanocrystalline Semiconducting Graphene Monoxide During Thermal Reduction of Graphene Oxide in Vacuum.” ACS Nano
5. (2011): 9710-9717.