Dr. Katayoon Mohseni receives DFG grant to study non-collinear spintextures in ultra-thin Ferrites

Dr. Katayoon Mohseni received a research grant funded by the German Science Foundation (DFG) for 36 months to study the atomic and non-collinear spin structure in rare-earth doped ferrites. This project is part of an international collaboration with researchers from the Johannes-Kepler University Linz (Prof. A. Ernst, Prof. A. Ney) and from the HAW Hamburg (Prof. P. Buczek).

Ferrites, which are members of the Spinel group belong to the most intensely studied magnetic materials. The new project aims to explore new magnetic properties which are important in emergent data storage technology by reducing the crystal’s dimension to a few nanometers.

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