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Room: B1220, Bldg: SEH

December 2018


2018-12-10 @ 14:00 - 15:00 EST

AbstractCavity spintronics (also known as spin cavitronics) is a newly developing, interdisciplinary field that brings together microwave and optical communities with researchers in spintronics and magnetism. The field started around 2014 when it was found that ferromagnets in cavities hybridize with both microwaves and light by light-matter interaction . Since then, the emergence of cavity spintronics has attracted broad interest from groups studying quantum electrodynamics, cavity polaritons, optomechanics, superconductivity, plasmonics, and phononics. At the center stage of the topic is…

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January 2019

Distinguished Magnetics Lecture: Tuning Magnetic Anisotropy in Nanostructures for Biomedical and Electromagnetic Applications

2019-01-28 @ 14:00 - 15:00 EST

Magnetic nanoparticles have been building blocks in applications ranging from high density recording to spintronics and nanomedicine . Magnetic anisotropies in nanoparticles arising from surfaces, shapes, and interfaces in hybrid structures are important in determining the functional response in various applications. In this talk I will first introduce the basic aspects of anisotropy and discuss resonant radio-frequency (RF) transverse susceptibility, which we have used extensively, as a powerful method to probe the effective anisotropy in magnetic materials. The tuning of…

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