• Welcome to the Goennenwein group
    AG Modern Materials Science

    Our scientific work focuses on the fabrication and investigation of multifunctional magnetic heterostructures and devices. We use magnetotransport, spin caloritronics and spin dynamics experiments to unravel the properties of thin films and nanostructures with complex magnetic textures or interesting topological features. In addition, we work on spin physics of fluctuations and spin current noise within the framework of SFB 1432.

Current news

 

 

Luise's paper published

Luise's paper "Electrical detectability of magnon-mediated spin current shot noise" was published at Physical Review B and was marked as "Editors Suggestion".

DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.108.144420

Congratulations!

Special Seminar

Date:            

Thursday, 20 October 2022
10:00 h  
P712

Speaker:      

Teresa M. Tschirner
Institute for Solid State Research,
Leibnitz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research
Dresden, Germany

Title:            

Transport phenomena in antiferromagnetic thin films

New publication online (Phys. Rev. Mat. 2022)

Atomic layer deposition of yttrium iron garnet thin films

M. Lammel, D. Scheffler, D. Pohl, P. Swekis, S. Reitzig, S. Piontek, H. Reichlova, R. Schlitz, K. Geishendorf, L. Siegl, B. Rellinghaus, L. M. Eng, K. Nielsch, S. T. B. Goennenwein, and A. Thomas

Phys. Rev. Materials 6, 044411

DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevMaterials.6.044411

Magnetic nanostructures with nontrivial three-dimensional (3D) shapes enable complex magnetization configurations and a wide variety of new phenomena. To date…

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