David F. C. A. Aurélio, Ph.D

Post-Doctoral researcher at “TsuNAMI” group, Department of Condensed Matter Physics

Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University

David F. C. A. Aurélio, Ph.D
Email: davidaurelio@mag.mff.cuni.cz
Tel: 420951552891
Room: C139 – Cryogenic Laboratory „C“


Physical properties study of spin hybrids; magnetic nanoparticles; magnetic measurements; computer modelling: magnetic nanoparticle hyperthermia.


Magnetic characterization; simulation of magnetization dynamics and CUDA parallel computing.


PhD. in Applied Physics; main field Electromagnetism (modelling, micromagnetics/spintronics)

Selected publications

Aurélio, D.; Mikšátko, J.; Veverka, M.; Michlová, M.; Kalbáč, M.; Vejpravová, J. “Thermal Traits of MNPs under High-Frequency Magnetic Fields: Disentangling the Effect of Size and Coating”. Nanomaterials (2021), 11, 797. https://doi.org/10.3390/nano11030797 Aurélio, D.; Vejpravova, J. “Understanding Magnetization Dynamics of a Magnetic Nanoparticle with a Disordered Shell Using Micromagnetic Simulations.” Nanomaterials 10, 1149, (2020). J. Miksatko, D. Aurelio, P. Kovarıcek, M. Michlova, M. Veverka, M. Fridrichova, I. Matulkova, M. Zacek, M. Kalbac, and J. Vejpravova, “Thermoreversible magnetic nanochains,” Nanoscale 11, 16773–16780 (2019). D. Aurélio, A. Giordano, L. Torres, G. Finocchio and E. Martinez, "The Role of the Oersted Field on the Current-Driven Domain Wall Dynamics Along Wires With Square Cross Section" in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, vol. 49, no. 7, pp. 3211-3214, July (2013), doi: 10.1109/TMAG.2013.2241745. L Lopez-Diaz, D Aurelio, L Torres, E Martinez, M A Hernandez-Lopez, J Gomez, O Alejos, M Carpentieri, G Finocchio, & G Consolo (2012). “Micromagnetic simulations using Graphics Processing Units”. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 45(32), 323001.