Olle Heinonen is a Materials Scientist & Strategic Initiative Lead in Computational Chemistry and Materials. His research is in the areas of condensed matter theory and computational materials science and includes magnetization structures and dynamics in magnetic nanostructures, electronic structure and transport in oxide nanostructures, and mesoscale computational materials sciences approaches to structure and microstructural evolution.
Ph.D. in Physics, Case Western Reserve University
Fellow, American Physical Society (2014)
36 US Patents
- Many-Particle Theory, E.K.U. Gross. E. Runge and O. Heinonen, (433 pages, IOP Publishing, Bristol, 1991)
- Composite Fermions, O. Heinonen (editor), 491 pages, World Scientific, Singapore, 1998
- A Quantum Approach to Condensed Matter, Philip L. Taylor and O. Heinonen (Cambridge University Press, 2002)
- Novel Materials and Devices for Spintronics, S. Sanvito, O. Heinonen, V.A. Dediu, and N. Rizzo (editors) (Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 1183, 2009).