Daniel Lindroth
Ph.D. student
5/2013 – 6/2018
orcid.org/0000000292747202
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Research
Daniel’s graduate studies were focused on understanding and quantitatively predicting thermal transport properties in thermoelectric and layered materials.
Education

2018: Doctorate in Physics
Thermal transport in van der Waals Solids and Inorganic Clathrates from firstprinciples calculations.
Chalmers University of Technology 
2016: Licentiate in Physics
Some phonons wander by mistake, into the mess where symmetry breaks: Understanding low thermal conductivity by firstprinciples calculations
Chalmers University of Technology 
2013: M.Sc. Applied Physics
Large Eddy Simulation of Flow and Heat Transfer in a Pipe With Corrugated Walls
Chalmers University of Technology
Publications

Thermal conductivity in intermetallic clathrates: A firstprinciples perspective Permalink
D. O. Lindroth, J. Brorsson, E. Fransson, F. Eriksson, A. Palmqvist, and P. Erhart
Physical Review B 100, 19078 (2019) 
Thermal transport in van der Waals solids from firstprinciples calculations Permalink
D. O. Lindroth and P. Erhart
Physical Review B 94, 115205 (2016) 
Optimization of the Thermoelectric Power Factor: Coupling between Chemical Order and Transport Properties Permalink
M. Ångqvist, D. O. Lindroth, and P. Erhart
Chemistry of Materials 28, 6877 (2016) 
Microscopic Origin of Thermal Conductivity Reduction in Disordered van der Waals Solids Permalink
P. Erhart, P. Hyldgaard, and D. O. Lindroth
Chemistry of Materials 27, 5511 (2015)
Theses

Thermal transport in van der Waals Solids and Inorganic Clathrates from firstprinciples calculations Permalink
D. Lindroth, Doctoral Thesis (2018) 
Some phonons wander by mistake, into the mess where symmetry breaks: Understanding low thermal conductivity by firstprinciples calculations Permalink
D. Lindroth, Licentiate Thesis (2016)