Local and Global Magnetodynamic Properties of Oxides Lab

Local and Global Magnetodynamic Properties of Oxides Lab

– Local and Global Magnetodynamic Properties of Oxides

 

 

Experimental Lab - Erik Wahlström
Gold antenna structures for sending and receiving magnetodynamic waves in a magnetic stripline. Work in progress for characterisation of magnetodynamic wave propagation in LSMO striplines." 

Local and Global...Lab

Theme and goal

The primary goal is probing and understanding physics at the atomic scale. The primary method for this is through developing scanning probe techniques and experiments that provide insights into the fate of charge and spin in materials.The short scale goal is to explore the magneto-electronics and magnonics of oxide materials and antiferromagnets. The longer-term goal is to develop STM based point-contact techniques to explore mesoscopic and magnetodynamic physics at a very local scale.

Key questions

We want to develop STM -based point contacts as a local characterization tool down to the nm-scale for studies of charge transport, excitations and dynamics at low energies. And to understand and control the magnetostatic, magnetodynamic and magnetotransport properties of perovskite magnetic oxides.

 

For current activities, see QuSpin Annual Report 2019.