Alumni

Within the framework of the IMPRS-STNS already 10 PhD-students from Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) and the Max-Planck-Institute of Microstructure physics (MPI) received their doctoral degree.

Congratulations to

2022

2021

Dr. rer. nat. Alexander Schäffer

Dr. rer. nat. Alexander Schäffer

MLU (Prof. Jamal Berakdar)
Alexander defended his thesis successfully in December 2021.
Title: “Control of topologically non-trivial spin excitations”
Dr.-Ing. Kai-Uwe Demasius

Dr.-Ing. Kai-Uwe Demasius

MPI (NISE department)
Kai-Uwe defended his thesis successfully in October 2021.
Title: “Highly Energy Efficient Neuromorphic Computing Based on Memcapacitive Devices”
Dr. rer. nat. Jue Huang

Dr. rer. nat. Jue Huang

MPI (NISE department)
Jue defended her thesis successfully in June 2021.
Title: “Epitaxial growth and charge-to-spin conversion studies of Bi2Te3 topological insulator”
Dr. rer. nat. Tianping Ma

Dr. rer. nat. Tianping Ma

MPI (NISE department)
Tianping defended his thesis successfully in March 2021.
Title: “Magnetic antiskyrmions in tetragonal Heusler materials with D-2d structure”
Dr. rer. nat. Abhay Kant  Srivastava

Dr. rer. nat. Abhay Kant Srivastava

MPI (NISE department)
Abhay Kant defended his thesis successfully in January 2021.
Title: “Investigations of Anti-Skyrmions and Néel Skyrmions using Lorentz Transmission Electron Microscopy”

2020

Dr. rer. nat. Shuo-Ying Yang

Dr. rer. nat. Shuo-Ying Yang

MPI (NISE department)
Shuoying defended her thesis successfully in October 2020.
Title: “In search of extraordinary Hall effects in topological semimetals”
Dr. rer. nat. Christoph Hauser

Dr. rer. nat. Christoph Hauser

MLU (Prof. Georg Schmidt)
Christoph defended his thesis successfully in June 2020.
Title: “Ferromagnetische Resonanz und Spinpumpen in Oxiden”
Dr. rer. nat. Börge Göbel

Dr. rer. nat. Börge Göbel

MLU (Prof. Ingrid Mertig)
Börge defended his thesis successfully in January 2020.
Title: “Emergent electrodynamics in non-collinear spin textures”

2019

Dr. rer. nat. Robin Bläsing

Dr. rer. nat. Robin Bläsing

MPI (NISE department)
Robin defended his thesis successfully in December 2019.
Title: “Highly Efficient Domain Wall Motion in Ferrimagnetic Bi-layer Systems at the Angular Momentum Compensation Temperature”
Dr. rer. nat. Annika Johansson

Dr. rer. nat. Annika Johansson

MLU (Prof. Ingrid Mertig)
Annika defended her thesis successfully in April 2019.
Title: “Spin-orbit driven transport: Edelstein effect and chiral anomaly”
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