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Walther-Meißner-Institut (WMI), Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften
Chair for Technical Physics (E23), Technische Universität München

Seminar on
Topical Issues in Magneto- and Spin Electronics
SS 2018


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Time:
Wednesday, 11:30 - 13:00 h

Place:
Seminar Room 101
Walter Schottky Institute
Am Coulombwall 4
Research Campus Garching

Date Speaker Title

11.04.2018

and 18.04.2018

PD Dr. Hans Huebl, Prof. Martin S. Brandt, Dr. M. Althammer, Dr. S. Geprägs, and Dr. M. Weiler
Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften (BAdW) and
Technische Universität München (TUM)
Preliminary discussion and assignment of topics
02.05.2018
Martin Brandt
WSI
Optical detected spin resonance
09.05.2018
Hans Huebl
WMI
Basics of electron spin resonance
16.05.2018
Natalie Segercrantz
WMI
Introduction to nanomechanics
23.05.2018
Manuel Schiefer
WSI, TUM
Magnetization sensing with NV centers in diamond
30.05.2018
Daniela Lutz
TUM
Magnetic resonance with squeezed microwaves (Advisor: Stefan Weichselbaumer / Hans Huebl)
06.06.2018
Philip Schmidt & Lukas Liensberger
WMI
Coupling strategies for antiferromagnets
13.06.2018
Andreas Faltermeier
TUM
Magnetostriction in nano-mechanical elements (Advisor: Daniel Schwienbacher)
20.06.2018
Jonathan Zerhoch
TUM
Electrically detected magnetic resonance via photo-ionization (Advisor: Martin Brandt)
27.06.2018
David Vogl
TUM
NV-like defects (S=1) in SiC (Advisor: Martin Brandt)
Michael Rinderle
TUM
Spin-Current-Controlled Modulation of the Magnon Spin Conductance in a Three-Terminal Magnon Transistor (Advisor: Matthias Althammer)
04.07.2018
Luc Stebens
TUM
Strong coupling of phonons and photons (Advisor: Philip Schmidt)
Christoph Schneck
TUM
Optomagnonics (Advisor: Mathias Weiler)
11.07.2018
No Talk
Affiliation


This seminar covers high-frequency, mechanical and/or quanum spectroscopy of magnetism in solid state physics.

All topics have substantial overlap with magnetism and nano-mechanics -related research activities at the Walther-Meissner-Institut and TUM physics department.

Topics for seminar talks in SS 2018:


For general information on the teaching program of TUM see TUMonline.