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:

- Nanomagnetism and Spintronics group at CEITEC


19 May 2023: New publications (field concentrators, magnonics, FeRh)

Magnetic flux concentrators

Multiple articles have been published recently on various topics - magnetic field concentrators, magnonics, and FeRh metamagnets:

31 January 2023: FeRh nanoislands paper published

Preserving Metamagnetism in Self-Assembled FeRh Nanomagnets , ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 15 (6), 8653-8665 (2023). Link, also on arXiv.

Keywords : Self-assembly, FeRh, Solid-state dewetting, Metamagnetism, Antiferromagnetism, Supercooling

Subjects:  Dewetting, Magnetic properties, Nanoparticles, Phase transitions, Surface energy.

5 October 2022 : MetaMagIC project meeting in Liège

Within the CHIST-ERA project MetaMagIC, we took part in the project workshop at University of Liège. Jan Hajduček presented our results on TEM magnetic imaging of flux concentrators on SiN membranes

MetaMagIC project logo Our team at Liège-Guillemins MetaMagIC project members

2023 Winter hike
Winter hike 2023