Magnetismus niedrigdimensionaler Systeme, Selbstorganisation, Bahn-und Spinmagnetismus, Magnetotransport

Willkommen bei der Arbeitsgruppe Farle
"Struktur und Magnetismus nanoskaliger Systeme"

Universität Duisburg-Essen
Fakultät für Physik
Experimentalphysik - AG Farle
Lotharstr. 1
47057 Duisburg

Anfahrts- und Lageplan, Fahrplanauskunft
Tel.:    +49 (0)203 379-2382
Fax:    +49 (0)203 379-2098

Prof. Dr. Michael Farle
Raum: ME 347
Tel.:     +49 (0)203 379-2075

Raum ME 348

H. Mundt:
Tel.:    +49 (0)203 379-2382
S. Grubba:
Tel.:    +49 (0)203 379-3145

Termine & Neuigkeiten : zum Archiv

2018-04-11: Ehrung für M. Farle
Michael Farle has been honored with the degree of “Adjunct Professor” at the Sharif University of Technology (Teheran, Iran, ). Founded in 1966, the university has a reputation in Iran as being one of the country’s most prestigious higher education institutions. It offers a range of graduate and postgraduate degrees in its 15 departments. Admission for undergraduates wishing to study at Sharif University of Technology is tough. Only those obtaining the top 5 per cent of scores in Iran’s national entrance examination, carried out by the country’s Ministry of Culture and Higher Education, can enroll.”
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2017-09-01: Ulf Wiedwald ist Gastprofessor in Moskau
In 2017 and 2018, PD Dr. Ulf Wiedwald will temporarily exchange the Salvatorkirche for the St. Basil's Cathedral and the Magic Mountain for the Red Square: He prevailed in an international competition and has been appointed as visiting professor at the renowned National University of Science and Technology (NUST) «MISiS» in Moscow, Russia.
(c) NUST
Wiedwald has been cooperating with Prof. Alexander Majouga and Dr. Maxim Abakumov from the "Biomedical Nanomaterials Laboratory" and Prof. Alexander Savchenko from the Department of Physical Materialogy in NUST «MISiS» for a long time now. Together, they have been working on particles for theranostics: magnetic nanomaterials, which can simultaneously be used for the diagnosis and therapy of cancer diseases.
For a period of three weeks each, the physicist will be visiting NUST «MISiS» twice, in 2017 and 2018. In addition to research, teaching and working on the joint project will be on the agenda.
Wiedwald is particularly interested in the cooperation for two aspects: "For a successful implementation of our project, we have to combine different research disciplines, which I find very enriching. Moreover, I am looking forward to learn more about the Russian culture and mentality, which I have already appreciated during my previous visits."
Further information: PD Dr. Ulf Wiedwald, 0203 379-2633
Redaktion: Birte Vierjahn, 0203 379-8176
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2019-01-22: Dr. Merivan Sasmaz from Adiyaman University in our group
We welcome Dr. Merivan Sasmaz from the Physics Department, Adiyaman University, Turkey in our group. She successfully completed a DAAD sponsored project working in our group for two months. Now, she received a one year research grant from TUBITAK (Turkish Research Foundation) for the "Investigation of the effects of magnetic proximity effect on the magnetocaloric properties of Ni-Mn based Heusler alloys" We congratulate her on her success with DAAD and TUBITAK and look forward to a fruitful collaboration.
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2017-06-28: Breakthrough in forming Fe containing MAX Phases
The first Fe-based MAX phase is realized by solid-state substitution reaction of an Fe/Au/Mo2GaC. Chemical analysis together with elemental mapping reveals that as much as 50 at.% Fe on the A site can be obtained by thermally induced Au and Fe substitution for Ga atomic layers in Mo2GaC. This finding is an important step towards synthesizing oxidation and wear resistant, nanoscale laminated magnetic MAX Phases with large magnetization and higher Curie temperature.
Breakthrough in forming Fe containing MAX Phases
For details see Chung-Chuan Lai et al.
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2017-06-07: RISE Studentin für 2.5 Monate
Wir heißen Teagan Phillips herzlich in unserer Arbeitsgruppe willkommen. Sie ist RISE-Studentin aus British Columbia, Canada. Bei 14 Bewerbern wurde Sie mit oberster Priorität ausgewählt und erhielt das Stipendium vom Deutschen Akademischen Austauschdienst (DAAD). Sie wird für 2.5 Monate zusammen mit der Doktorandin Babli Bhagat im DFG-Projekt "Separation des Spinpumping von der Gilbertdämpfung" von Dr. Florian M. Römer arbeiten.
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2017-02-01: Mehmet Acet und Asli Cakir entdecken neuartigen Magneten
Mehmet Acet und Asli Cakir entdecken Magneten mit dem Verhalten eines „Monopols“
Pressemeldung: "Durch Zufall: Duisburger Physiker entdeckt besonderen Magneten"
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