Interface magnetism (FWIN-G)
Our group is investigating magnetic effects at interfaces between different structures. Those structures are created by means of thin film deposition and ion irradiation. One example are metallic multilayers where the magnetic properties are locally taylored by ion irradiation or the magnetic doping of non-magnetic materials. The interface-magnetism-group is working in different projects which are partially funded by external sources (see below).
- Magnetic anisotropies in Cobalt heterostructures induced by oxidation (MACHO)
Dynamic magnetic properties of FeRh thin structures (in-house)
Projects in cooperation
Are you interested in taking part in our scientific work, e.g. as a students lab assistant of for a Bachelor/Master thesis? Please also contact email@example.com directly.
Or maybe you are generally interested in
- Magnetic Nanosystems
- A Bachelor, Diploma, Master or PhD-thesis at our institute
- Our summer student program?
- Printing Nearly-Discrete Magnetic Patterns Using Chemical Disorder Induced Ferromagnetism
R. Bali, S. Wintz, F. Meutzner, R. Huebner, R. Boucher, A. A. Uenal, S. Valencia, A. Neudert, K. Potzger, J. Bauch, F. Kronast, S. Facsko, J. Lindner, J. Fassbender
NANO LETTERS 14, 435-441, 2014