Magnetic materials are ubiquitous in current electronics, sensors and power systems. Their high tunability offers a multitude of new approaches to non-volatile data storage, high-speed information transfer, energy recovery, drug delivery and sensing. Understanding the dynamics and fundamental phenomena in nanomagnets is crucial for finding ways in which electronic and magnetic order can be efficiently controlled using the least energy possible.
The research is carried out in two closely collaborating groups:
18 December 2020 : Online Christmas party [with self-made (hot/mulled) wine] + new publications
Initially planned stroll around the country (walk) had to be replaced by a fully contactless (online) event due to the deteriorating pandemic situation. Nevertheless, we enjoyed some fun and celebrated (applauded to) several personal and team achievements
[ to be revealed at a later stage :) ].
Marek Vaňatka submitted his thesis during the online event. Congratulations!
In another development : Two joint papers with Grenoble accepted (magnetic nanotubes, pixaleted DPC /electron holography); New preprints on spinwaves and antiskyrmions available on ArXiv. See our list of Publications for more details.
14 July 2020 : APL coverpage: Propagation of spin waves through a Néel domain wall
Our recent publication has been selected as a featured article and appeared on the cover page of APL 117 (2). Double-congratulations to Ondra Wojewoda and Jukub Holobrádek who also successfully defended their master's theses!
Other students'defenses: Lucie Motyčková (master's), Lucie Dočkalová (bachelor's)
27-29 January 2020 : Magnetism Winter Retreat (Vlachovice): Seminars & Discussions & Physical training