Spintronics, magnonics and magnetic materials

This research theme encompasses the dynamic processes induced and experienced by spin-polarised electrons in micro- and nanostructured magnetic materials, metamaterials and devices. These phenomena are observed from microwave to terahertz frequencies and can be studied by electrical and optical measurement techniques.

Coherent spin waves for emerging nanoscale magnonic logic architectures

V. V. Kruglyak and G. Hrkac, in collaboration with the University of Sheffield

EPSRC EP/L019876/1
£ 459,397
29/09/2014 – 28/01/2019
Magnonics, Interactions and Complexity: Multifunctional Aspects of Spin Wave Dynamics V. V. Kruglyak H2020-MSCA RISE-2014
01/02/2015 - 31/01/2019
Manufacture of ferrite-loaded electronic article surveillance (EAS) tags for retail trials R. J. Hicken and A. P. Hibbins EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account 2,
£ 29,200
EXTREMAG: an Exeter-based Time Resolved Magnetism Facility R. J. Hicken, E. Hendry and V. V. Kriglyak EPSRC EP/R008809/1,
1/1/2018 - 31/12/2019
Picosecond Dynamics of Magnetic Exchange Springs R. J. Hicken and G. Hrkac, in collaboration with the Universities of Southampton and Oxford, and the Diamond Light Source EPSRC EP/P02047X/1, £642,415, 01/06/2017 - 31/05/2020
Optical detection of magnetisation dynamics induced by spin-orbit torques R. J. Hicken EPSRC EP/P008550/1, £522,335,
Combined Magneto-Optical and Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy: Towards Cellular Level Magnetic Hyperthermia   EPSRC EP/P011403/1, £365765, 01/03/2017-31/12/2020