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How to use

Explanations regarding the topic and contents of this website.

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Start a Simulation

Start a Spin Dynamics simulation directly in your browser! Real-time visualisation and control of parameters.

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Our Group

The Spin Dynamics group at the PGI-1/IAS-1 of the Forschungszentrum Juelich

Atomistic Spin Simulations in your Browser

Intuitive User Interface and powerful real-time Visualisation
Easy to Learn

Powerful to Use

The semi-classical atomistic spin model is an important part of research in magnetism, placed inbetween quantum mechanics and the micromagnetic model. It can be used to describe many interesting phenomena, with this research group focusing especially on solitons, such as skyrmions or hopfions.

This website aims to simplify the learning process for people being introduced to interacting spin systems and to make spin dynamics easy to grasp and use.

The Web App showcases many features of the open source spin simulation framework Spirit, while the desktop user interface provides a significantly larger set of features.

See the Tutorial section for an introduction to the controls.

  • Simulate physical processes in real-time, get an understanding of different interactions, such as exchange or dipolar, and the magnetic configurations they can induce. See the influence of temperature and spin-polarised currents on localised states.

  • The web interface provides a peek at what a modern spin simulation code can do.

  • Change interaction constants and system parameters on the fly to see how they interact and how results may differ depending on your system.

Our Group

Spin Dynamics Group, Peter Gruenberg Institut 1 / Institute for Advanced Simulation 1, Forschungszentrum Juelich

Stefan Blügel

Head of Institutes: Peter Grünberg Institute (PGI-1) and Institute for Advanced Simulation (IAS-1)
Research Interests: Theory of electronic properties of solids, spin-orbit related phenomena, magnetism, spintronic, molecular electronics, energy materials, supercomputing

Nikolai Kiselev

Group Supervisor
Postdoc at Peter Grünberg Institute (PGI-1) and Institute for Advanced Simulation (IAS-1) Classical spin dynamics and Monte Carlo simulation

Gideon Müller

PhD Student
After writing his master thesis in Physics on this topic, he started his PhD and initiated the Spirit framework – an effort to create a flexible and modular cross-platform code, which could be controlled from any programming language.

Example Systems

Choose one of the below to start a Spin Simulation in your browser!