Johan Jönsson's research focuses on incorporating spectroscopic calculations in the dynamical mean field theory.

Dynamical mean field theory gives a good description of the electronic structure of materials where electronic correlations become important, so called strongly correlated materials.

Spectroscopy is used in experiments in order to determine a large number of different properties and, the spectroscopic properties of a material is determined by it's electronic structure. It therefore becomes important to have a good description of the electronic structure in order to properly calculate the spectroscopic properties.

Curriculum Vitae

Academic degrees

  • in applied mathematics, 2015, Linköping university, Linköping, Sverige 


  • TFYA73 Modern physics I, tutor, 2016 
  • TFYA74 Modern physics II, tutor, 2015-2016 
  • TFYA72 Physics, lab tutor, 2015-2016 
  • TFYA71 Oscillations and mechanical waves, lab tutor, 2015



Marcus Ekholm, Davide Gambino, Johan Jönsson, Ferenc Tasnadi, Björn Alling, Igor Abrikosov

Assessing the SCAN functional for itinerant electron ferromagnets

In Physical Review B

Article in journal


Qingguo Feng, Marcus Ekholm, Ferenc Tasnadi, Johan Jönsson, Igor Abrikosov

Topological transitions of the Fermi surface of osmium under pressure: an LDA plus DMFT study

In New Journal of Physics

Article in journal


Alexey Tal, Mikhail I. Katsnelson, Marcus Ekholm, Johan Jönsson, Leonid Dubrovinsky, Natalia Dubrovinskaia, Igor Abrikosov

Pressure-induced crossing of the core levels in 5d metals

In Physical Review B

Article in journal

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