Microwave Magnetics and Nanomagnetism Group


The Microwave Magnetics and Nanomagnetism group is interested in many topics in magnetism and magnetic materials. The current research areas include ferromagnetic resonance and relaxation, spin wave envelope solitons, chaotic spin waves, microwave assisted magnetization reversal, ferrite thin films, ferromagnetic-ferroelectric heterostructures, microwave and millimeter wave devices, and nanomagnetism.

The group is currently supported by the National Science Foundation, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, nGimat Corporation, US Ferroics, and Colorado State University.

Inquiries are welcome from graduate and undergraduate students with an interest in magnetics, recently graduated Ph.D. scientists interested in post-doctoral fellow positions, and senior scientists interested in visiting appointments.