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).
- MEMRIOX (Memristive oxides - HGF Virtual Institute VH-VI-422)
- DETI.2 (Defects in magnetic TiO2 - HRJRG-314)
- Spin tranfer torque effects in metallic multilayers and tunnel structures (BMBF, FKZ 13N10144)
- Embedded magnetic nanoparticles (DFG, PO1275/2-1)
- Magnetic clusters in semiconductors
- Magnetic multilayers
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- Focused Helium and Neon Ion Beam Modification of High-T C Superconductors and Magnetic Materials, Shane A Cybart, Rantej Bali, Gregor Hlawacek, Falk Röder, Jürgen Fassbender, Book Chapter, Helium Ion Microscopy 2016 (Link).