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2021-07-14: Förderzusage: Programm zur Förderung des exzellenten wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses
Wir gratulieren Benjamin Zingsem zur Förderung seines Projekts "Towards Magnetic Resonance Observed by Transmission electron microscopy" durch die UDE. Die Förderung in Höhe von rund 30 k erfolgt im Rahmen des Programms zur Förderung des exzellenten wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses.
2021-06-18: Würdigung für Dr. Benjamin Zingsem (Projekt Z02 des SFB/TRR 270)
Herr Dr. Benjamin Zingsem wurde im Rahmen des Dies Akademicus 2021 der Universität Duisburg-Essen für die beste Promotion 2020/21 an der Fakultät für Physik ausgezeichnet.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMltwjPdWZA
Wir freuen uns mit ihm und auf eine weitere Zusammenarbeit.
2021-06-04: Open Position: Ph. D. student (TV-L 13, 75%) Project B09 in CRC/TRR270
We open a well-funded position for a Ph.D. candidate starting on Aug 1st, 2021. Please, direct your application using the reference B09: 431-21 by email to Mrs. Grubba, sabina.grubba@uni-due.de . English level certificate C1 or German B2 is required !
For a more details see the announcement at the university website (opening June 11, 2021).
2021-05-31: Theory predicts Magnetic Nutation Waves
In our recent publication on "Dispersion relation of nutation surface spin waves in ferromagnets" we predict the existence a new type of spin wave with surprising high frequency properties. This finding may become of importance for the development of novel magnonic information processors at THz frequencies. Contact: anna.semisalova@uni-due.de
2021-05-31: Au/Fe nanoparticles for magnetoplasmonics
in an international collaboration we could demonstrate the synthesis of solid solution fcc AuFe nanoparticles in ambient conditions by an adapted method previously established for a Fe3O4-Au core-shell morphology. The metastable paramagnetic AuFe particles segregate into Janus Au/Fe particles with bcc Fe and fcc Au upon annealing. The results deliver a new material with perspectives in magnetoplasmonics and biomedicine and suggest the reconsideration of existing protocols on magnetite-gold core-shell synthesis. (https://doi.org/10.1039/D1NR00383F) Contact ulf.wiedwald@uni-due.de
2021-05-25: MaNaCa Training Workshop 2021
We are organizing a summer school as part of our European project with Armenia and Greece "Magnetic Nanoparticles for Cancer Therapy (MaNaCa)" (see for more details http://www.h2020-manaca.eu/). The conference will take place on June 16-18, 2021 in an online format.
2020-11-10: Neue AG Mitglieder
Wir freuen uns, Frau Kübra Yildiz Aktas und Herrn Ali Can Aktas begrüen zu können, die im Rahmen eines Stipendiums des CRC/TRR 270 "Hommage" in den Projekten B09 und A04 an Shell ferromagnetic materials: Tuning the magnetic hysteresis by nanoscale selective phase decomposition und "Hierachical structuring of magnetocaloric materials with nanometer resolution" forschen werden.
2020-10-07: DAAD funded research stay of scientists from Russia
We welcome in our group Dr. Natalia Shkodich (Merzhanov Institute of Structural Macrokinetics and Materials Science, Russian Academy of Sciences) and Dr. Mikhail Cherkasskii (Saint Petersburg State University) who recently joined us for a 3 months research stay funded by DAAD scholarships ("Research stays for University Academics and Scientists, 2020" and "Dmitrij Mendeleev" Program).

Dr. Natalia Shkodich is an expert on combining High-Energy Ball Milling (HEBM) and Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS) to produce nanostructured and amorphous materials from immiscible metals (so-called pseudo alloys), metallic glasses, and high-entropy alloys (HEAs). She aims at producing novel nanostructured CoCrFeNiGa magnetic high entropy alloy (Mag HEA) particles and volume MagHEA materials with a large magnetization, high Curie temperature and tuneable coercivity as well as excellent mechanical properties.

Interests of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mikhail Cherkasskii are focused on the understanding of magnetization nutation in ferromagnets and its coupling to precession and ferromagnetic resonance. He is working on the development of an analytical approach to describe inertial spin dynamics, nutation resonance and collective excitations in ferromagnets.
2020-09-15: Auszeichnung für Priv.-Doz. Dr. Ulf Wiedwald und Kollegen
Mageschneiderte Winzlinge gegen den Krebs
Ihre Nanopartikel aus Gold und Magnetit haben sie speziell für die Diagnose und Therapie von Tumoren entwickelt: Physiker vom Center for Nanointegration (CENIDE) der Universität Duisburg-Essen (UDE) und Moskauer Kollegen werden am 15. September für ihre erfolgreiche Zusammenarbeit ausgezeichnet (CENIDE: News).
2020-07-24: New publication in AIP Advances - Editor's Pick!
Reversal of uniaxial magnetic anisotropy in Fe/GaAs (110) films driven by surface relaxation: An in situ ferromagnetic resonance study by Babli Bhagat et al.

Performing in situ studies of ferromagnetic resonance in thin metallic films in ultrahigh vacuum, we found a dramatic change of in-plane magnetic anisotropy in 4 nm Fe film grown on GaAs(110) substrate occurring after deposition. Initially grown, Fe/GaAs(110) film exhibits unusual uniaxial in-plane anisotropy which reverses its sign within 40 hours while the film is kept in vacuum at room temperature. The effect of surface contamination has been excluded using surface-sensitive techniques AES and LEED, which let us to conclude on metastability and ongoing surface relaxation of Fe film. This finding opens up a further study of such island-like grown metastable thin films where magneto-morphological transitions can be altered by temperature and other external stimuli.
2020-03-10: Non-standing spin-waves in confined micrometer-sized ferromagnetic structures under uniform excitation
Editors Pick (!) Non-standing spin-waves in confined micrometer-sized ferromagnetic structures under uniform excitation Appl. Phys. Lett. 116, 072401 (2020); https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5139881 Santa Pile et al. A long effort within an international collaboration (U. Linz, Duisburg-Essen, Stanford) including partners from the CRC/TRR 270 broke new ground in element-specific magnetic imaging with picosecond temporal and few nanometer spatial resolution. A non-standing characteristic of directly imaged spin-waves in confined micrometer-sized ultrathin Permalloy (Ni80Fe20) structures is reported along with evidence of the possibility to alter the observed state by modifications to the sample geometry.
2020-03-10: Dynamic unidirectional anisotropy in cubic FeGe with antisymmetric spin-spin-coupling
Nicolas Josten, et al. Scientific Reports 10, 2861, (2020) DOI: 10.1038/s41598-020-59208-8 Successful collaboration with TU-Darmstadt within CRC/TRR 270. We studied bulk polycrystalline B20 FeGe samples prepared in Darmstadt and measured ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy. As a result we discovered strong (dynamical) unidirectional anisotropy. Such anisotropy is not present in static magnetometry measurements. B20 FeGe exhibits inherent Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction, resulting in a nonreciprocal spin-wave dispersion. By X-band ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy at 276 K  1 K, near the Curie temperature, a distribution of resonance modes was observed in accordance with the cubic anisotropy of FeGe. This distribution exhibits a unidirectional anisotropy, i.e. shift of the resonance field under field inversion, of KUD = 960 J/m3  10 J/m3, previously unknown in bulk ferromagnets. Additionally, more than 25 small amplitude standing spin wave modes were observed inside a micron sized FeGe wedge, measured at 293 K  2 K. These modes also exhibit unidirectional anisotropy. This effect, only dynamically measurable and not detectable in static magnetometry measurements, may open new possibilities for directed spin transport in chiral magnetic systems.
2020-01-17: Highlighted Publication
The publication based on our long term collaboration with the group of Vernica Salgueirio (university of Vigo, Spain) Shaping iron oxide nanocrystals for magnetic separation applications has been selected to be a part of a themed collection International Year of the Periodic Table: As attractive as magnets applications for magnetic materials. This themed collection is the seventh, and final, in a series celebrating the International Year of the Periodic Table. As Attractive as Magnets Applications for Magnetic Materials features papers from across the Materials and Nano journal portfolio; Materials Horizons, Nanoscale Horizons, Nanoscale, Nanoscale Advances and Journal of Materials Chemistry A, B & C. The papers selected for this themed issue focus on the current hot trends in the field of magnetic materials.
2020-05-29: Doktorandenstellen

In unserer Arbeitsgruppe sind Doktorandenstellen zum nächstmäglichen Zeitpunkt zu folgenden Projekten zu besetzen:

B09: "Hierarchical structuring of magnetocaloric materials with nm resolution"

2019-11-26: Cooperate Research Center TRR 270 HoMMage
We celebrate the new Cooperate Research Center TRR 270 HoMMage "Hysteresis Design of Magnetic Materials for Efficient Energy Conversion".
Starting Jan 1st, 2020 we will design and develop magnetic materials for applications in electro mobility, robotics and energy converters over the first period till Dec. 31st , 2023. In our group we have three positions for Ph.D. students available on projects related to this programme (see separate announcements).
2019-09-26: Workshop SpinS-2019 gathers experts in nanomagnetism at the University of Duisburg-Essen

Next week, 2-4 October 2019, more than 40 experts in physics, chemistry and materials science from 12 countries meet in “Die Wolfsburg” Academy in Mülheim an der Ruhr/Duisburg to share their research results and discuss new concepts in nanomagnetism and its applications, like energy-efficient computing and magnetic refrigeration.

The Workshop program covers the most recent experimental and theoretical research developments related to spin phenomena in nanoscale systems as well as the design, properties and applications of magnetic nanomaterials. It includes several emergent technologies based on spin-orbit torques, ultrafast spin dynamics in THz frequency range, magnonics, magnetoacoustics as well as novel materials like shell-ferromagnets, MAX phases (including 2D MXenes), and nanohybrids for theranostics applications actively developed in the working group AG Farle. The SpinS-2019 provides an interdisciplinary platform for meeting the specialists in fabrication and imaging of 2D and 3D magnetic nanostructures, and experts working towards various application areas – from spin dynamics and magnetic memory to additive manufacturing and biomedicine.

The meeting is organized by Michael Farle, Katharina Ollefs and Anna Semisalova, with a technical support of Michael Vennemann and Sabina Grubba. Organizers highly appreciate the financial support of the Center for Nanointegration Duisburg-Essen (CENIDE).

SpinS-2019 website

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2019-09-26: High Entropy Alloys: How to induce ferromagnetism?
High-entropy alloys are currently the focus of significant attention in materials science and engineering. Some HEAs have considerably better strength-to-weight ratios, with a higher degree of fracture resistance, tensile strength, as well as corrosion and oxidation resistance than conventional alloys. In the recent publication Mehmet Acet showed how to introduce strong magnetism in a Cr20Mn20Fe20Co20Ni20 high-entropy alloy. He could show through the thermal expansion properties that the alloy carries similar anti-Invar properties as FCC-Fe, but unlike FCC-Fe it is stable throughout its solid-state temperature range. Therefore, by exploiting the anti-Invar property and expanding the lattice of the alloy by introducing interstitial carbon, we make Cr20Mn20Fe20Co20Ni20 ferromagnetic with a Curie temperature lying above room temperature. For details see: https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5120251
Picture from Von Shaoqing Wang - Wang, Shaoqing (13 December 2013). "Atomic Structure Modeling of Multi-Principal-Element Alloys by the Principle of Maximum Entropy". Entropy 15 (12): 55365548. DOI:10.3390/e15125536., CC BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=32060405
2019-09-26: A novel concept for bio-inspired architectures
A novel concept for bio-inspired architectures in up-scalable, energy efficient computing is discussed in our recent publication "Biologically encoded magnonics". For details read here (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-12219-0)
2020-07-03: Neues Gleichstellungsteam
Seit dem 25.09.2019 gibt es an der Fakultt fr Physik ein neues Gleichstellungsteam, darunter auch unsere Mitarbeiterin Dr. Anna Semisalova (rechts), die zusammen mit Dr. Katharina Ollefs und Samira Webers (2. v.l.), die als Stellvertreterinnen zusammen mit Prof. Marika Schleberger (2. v.r.), die Gleichstellungsbeauftragte Cornelia Geller (l.) untersttzen. Ziel ist es, den Grundsatz der Gleichberechtigung von Frauen und Mnner an der Fakultt fr Physik zu bercksichtigen. Darunter versteht sich die Frderung zur Gewinnung und Qualifizierung von Studentinnen und Mitarbeiterinnen und die Vereinbarkeit von Studium, Beruf und Familie zu verbessern.
Link zu Angeboten der Gleichstellung Physik
2019-05-20: Magnetite-Gold nanohybrids as ideal all-in-one platforms for theranostics
Maria V. Efremova, Victor A. Naumenko, Marina Spasova, Anastasiia S. Garanina, Maxim A. Abakumov, Anastasia D. Blokhina, Pavel A. Melnikov, Alexandra O. Prelovskaya, Markus Heidelmann, Zi-An Li, Zheng Ma, Igor V. Shchetinin, Yuri I. Golovin, Igor I. Kireev, Alexander G. Savchenko, Vladimir P. Chekhonin, Natalia L. Klyachko, Michael Farle, Alexander G. Majouga and Ulf Wiedwald

was published in Scientific Reports in July 2018 and is listed by the journal among the top 25 articles in the collection 'Chemistry Top 100' articles in 2018. This list is based on most highly accessed chemistry articles covering January-December 2018.
(DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-29618-w | https://www.uni-due.de/agfarle-archiv/highlights)
2019-04-29: Energy Technology "Best of 2018"
Our review article "Hysteresis Design of Magnetocaloric Materials - From Basic Mechanisms to Applications" Franziska Scheibel, Tino Gottschall, Andreas Taubel, Maximilian Fries, Konstantin P. Skokov, Alexandra Terwey, Werner Keune, Katharina Ollefs, Heiko Wende, Michael Farle, Mehmet Acet, Oliver Gutfleisch, Markus E. Gruner, (Collaboration partners from TU Darmstadt and U. Duisburg-Essen)
published in Energy Technology in 2018 has been named one of the top articles of the year as the "Best of 2018".
This selection is based upon the download and citation numbers as well as the opinions and feedback of the editorial office of the journal.
Understanding hysteresis: Materials with magnetostructural phase transitions (MSPT) show a large magnetocaloric effect (MCE). The understanding of MSPT and its thermal hysteresis requires the knowledge about the electronic, magnetic, and lattice entropy contributions. In this Review, we provide an overview of the properties of MSPT in La-Fe-Si, Heusler alloys, Mn3GaC, and Fe2P‐type materials with respect to the MCE and its reversibility based on studies under static/dynamic conditions at micro‐ and mesoscopic scales.
2019-04-10: MA PhD Focus Session Biogenic Spin Phenomena, DPG SKM Spring Meeting, Regensburg, March 31- April 5, 2019
The PhD Focus session Biogenic Spin Phenomena, which was organized by Ph.D. students from the group of M. Farle, H. Wende and T. Weels from FZ Jlich, assembled a group of prominent experts to share insights and perspectives of Biomagnetism. The symposium with about 80 participant and funded by the DPG was successful and established new links between research groups.
Link: https://www.dpg-verhandlungen.de/year/2019/conference/regensburg/part/ma/session/27

The picture shows: Front row: Prof. M. Winklhofer, Prof. C. Monzel, Prof. R. Dunin-Borkowski, Prof. G. V. Kurlyandskaya; Back row: Prof. M. Farle, I. Iglesias, T. Weels, Th. Feggeler, N. Rothenbach, I. Novoselova, B. Zingsem. We thank all speakers for their excellent contribution and an extraordinary panel discussion. For us, PhD students, the organization of the event was a great experience. We are very grateful to the DPG, the jDPG, the University of Duisburg-Essen, and the Forschungszentrum Jlich for enabling this experience. In particular, we would like to acknowledge the Center of Nanointegration of Duisburg-Essen University CENIDE for financial support.

Organization Committee:
  • Iuliia Novoselova (iuliia.novoselova@uni-due.de)
  • Thomas Feggeler (thomas.feggeler@uni-due.de)
  • Irene Iglesias (irene.iglesias@uni-due.de)
  • Nico Rothenbach (nico.rothenbach@uni-due.de)
  • Teresa Weels (t.wessels@fz-juelich.de)
  • Benjamin Zingsem (benjamin.zingsem@uni-due.de)
  • 2019-04-10: MA Focus Session Magnetic Materials for Energy Efficient Applications, SKM Spring Meeting, Regensburg, March 31- April 5, 2019
    Coordinators:Katharina Ollefs (katharina.ollefs@uni-due.de), Franziska Scheibel (scheibel@fm.tu-darmstadt.de)
    The focus session which was organized by Franziska Scheibel and Katharina Ollefs turned out to be a success after having been selected by the biggest Magnetism Association ("Fachverband Magnetismus" of DPG) of the world as one of its 5 Focus session in 2019.
    High performance magnetic materials are at the heart of many energy-related technologies, such as direct drive wind turbines and e-mobility. They are also important in robotics and automatization, sensors, actuators, and information technology as well as in solid state-based refrigeration. All of these technologies are expected to grow significantly in the next decades and especially, so-called green energy technologies are likely to see an exponential increase. Several international experts in the field of permanent magnets and magnetocalorics reported on different aspects of magnetic materials:
    Microstructure optimization for rare-earth efficient permanent magnets (Thomas Schrefl)
  • Advanced methods for the development of high performance hard and soft magnetic materials (Dagmar Goll)
  • Compositionally graded films as model systems to study magnetic materials for energy applications (Nora Dempsey)
  • Dissecting the magneto-structural transformation in materials with first-order field-induced transitions (Konstantin Skokov)

  • The Organizers thank for the support by the Sektion Kondensierte Materie of the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft.
    2019-03-18: 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (30 June5 July 2019) with Iuliia Novoselova and Benjamin Zingsem
    Only 600 young scientists from around the world are invited to participate at the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting ( https://www.mediatheque.lindau-nobel.org/meetings/2019 ) dedicated to physics . They have the chance to meet and discuss with 41 Nobel Laureates including the 2018 laureates in physics Donna Strickland and Grard Mourou.
    Congratulations to our Group Members !!!
    2019-03-05: Neue Mitarbeiterin: Dr. Anna Semisalova

    New colleague: Dr. Anna Semisalova
    We welcome Dr. Anna Semisalova as a new colleague and Habilitation candidate in our group.
    Anna brings a DFG-funded project to the University of Duisburg-Essen and is looking for students for bachelor or master theses on topics related to spin dynamics and magnonics.
    Also, a PhD position for investigation of magnetization dynamics in nanostructures is available.

    2019-03-04: PhD students organizing PhD focus session
    Magnetism in Biology and Medicine

    Young scientists at the University Duisburg-Essen, RWTH Aachen and the Forschungszentrum Jlich organize a symposium at Europes largest physics congress. Participants of the DPG meeting in Regensburg are encouraged to join the symposium on 3rd April, 2019. No further registration is required.

    The invited talks will cover innovative discoveries ranging from theranostic (theranostics = combination of therapy and diagnostics) over biogenic to bioinspired research areas, featuring renowned scientists from Europe and the US:
  • Prof. Dr. Kannan M. Krishnan (University of Washington, USA)
  • Prof. Dr. Galina V. Kurlyandskaya (University of the Basque Country, Spain)
  • Prof. Dr. Cornelia Monzel (Heinrich-Heine University Dsseldorf, Germany)
  • Prof. Dr. Michael Winklhofer (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany)

  • The topic of the symposium revolves around magnetism in biomedical applications, magnetic materials for biodetection, biomimetics and spin dynamics of individual biogenic magnetic nanoassemblies.
    The symposium will conclude with a panel discussion, aiming to allow participants to get in contact with the experts and formulate future perspectives for Biomagnetism. Prof. Dr. Michael Farle kindly agreed to moderate the panel.

    Further information can be found here.

    Organizing committee
    We are PhD students:
    Iuliia Novoselova (University of Duisburg-Essen and CENIDE)
    Thomas Feggeler (University of Duisburg-Essen and CENIDE)
    Irene Iglesias (University of Duisburg-Essen and CENIDE)
    Nico Rothenbach (University of Duisburg-Essen and CENIDE)
    Teresa Weels (Forschungszentrum Jlich and RWTH Aachen University)
    Benjamin Zingsem (University of Duisburg-Essen and CENIDE and Forschungszentrum Jlich)
    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.
    2018-04-11: Ehrung fr M. Farle
    Michael Farle has been honored with the degree of Adjunct Professor at the Sharif University of Technology (Teheran, Iran, http://www.en.sharif.edu/ ). Founded in 1966, the university has a reputation in Iran as being one of the countrys 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 Irans national entrance examination, carried out by the countrys Ministry of Culture and Higher Education, can enroll.
    2017-09-01: Ulf Wiedwald ist Gastprofessor in Moskau
    (c) NUST 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.

    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
    ulf.wiedwald@uni-due.de
    Redaktion: Birte Vierjahn, 0203 379-8176
    birte.vierjahn@uni-due.de
    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. https://doi.org/10.1080/21663831.2017.1343207
    2017-06-07: RISE Studentin fr 2.5 Monate
    Wir heien Teagan Phillips herzlich in unserer Arbeitsgruppe willkommen. Sie ist RISE-Studentin aus British Columbia, Canada. Bei 14 Bewerbern wurde Sie mit oberster Prioritt ausgewhlt und erhielt das Stipendium vom Deutschen Akademischen Austauschdienst (DAAD). Sie wird fr 2.5 Monate zusammen mit der Doktorandin Babli Bhagat im DFG-Projekt "Separation des Spinpumping von der Gilbertdmpfung" von Dr. Florian M. Rmer arbeiten.
    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"
    2016-10-31: Michael Farle is one of four recipients of the 2017 Distinguished Lecturer Awards
    Michael Farle is one of the four recipients of the 2017 Distinguished Lecturer Awards of the IEEE Magnetics Society. The price money (20.000 US$ ) is intended to cover travel expenses for lectures around the globe in 2017 (Details).
    2016-09-14: 250 000 gleich beim ersten Antrag
    Dr. Florian M. Rmer war gleich bei seinem ersten DFG-Antrag sehr erfolgreich.
    Das drei Jahre andauernde Projekt beinhaltet die Finanzierung eines Doktoranden und diverse Sachmittel. Dr. Rmer wird im Rahmen dieses Projektes die Dmpfungseigenschaften der Ferromagnet/ Nichtferromagnet Grenzflche mit Hilfe von in situ multifrequenter Ferromagnetischer Resonanz untersuchen. Einer der Gutachter erwartet "einen enormen Erkenntnisgewinn zum spin pumping", welcher fr weitere "Forschungsfelder, die Spin-Transfer-Torque-Effekte nutzen, zudem fr hochaktuelle spinkalorische Effekte und den Spintransistor" relevant sein wird. Die inoffizielle (offizielle folgt) Stellenausschreibung ist hier zu finden. In diesem Bereich sind ebenfalls Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten zu vergeben!
    2016-06-07: 07.06.2016 DFG Projekt SA 3095/2-1
    Wir gratulieren unserem Mitarbeiter Dr. Ruslan Salikhov zur erfolgreichen Einwerbung eines DFG Projektes zum Thema: Magnetische Anisotropie und Relaxation in einer neuen Materialklasse: Nanolaminierte magnetische MAX Phasen. Das dreijhrige Forschungsvorhaben, welches am 1.7.2016 beginnt, wird mit einer Gesamtsumme von rund 280.000 gefrdert. Wir freuen uns mit ihm und feiern !!! Anfragen bezglich Master oder Bachelorarbeiten sind willkommen. Weitere Infos: Ruslan.Salikhov@uni-due.de.
    2016-06-07: 07.06.2016 Alexander von Humboldt (AvH) Forschungspreistrger Kannan Krishnan
    Seit dem 7.6.2016 ist Prof. Kannan Krishnan von der University of Washingthon in unserer Arbeitsgruppe. Er wird zunchst fr zwei Monate bei uns sein und uns mit Rat und Tat in den Forschungsaktivitten unserer Arbeitsgruppe begleiten. Eine Rckkehr fr den Herbst und im nchsten Jahr ist geplant. Zusammen mit AvH Forschungspreistrger Prof. Dieter Weller, der seit Anfang des Jahres bei uns ist, freuen wir uns auf die internationale Expertise der internationalen Kollegen vertrauen zu drfen. Anfragen bzgl. Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten sind willkommen. farle@uni-due.de
    2016-06-07: 07.06.2016 Prof. Igor Barsukov (University of California at Riverside)
    Wir gratulieren unserem frheren wissenschaftlichem Mitarbeiter Dr. Igor Barsukov zur Ernennung als Assistant Professor an der UC Riverside am 7.6.2016. Seine Forschungsaktivitten werden sich auf die Terahertzspektroskopie an metallischen und oxidischen magnetischen Materialien konzentrieren. Das Verstndnis von komplexen Spin-dynamik Effekten, die in zuknftigen Magnetotronik und nanoskaligen Spin-Logik Bauelementen Anwendung finden, ist ein Schwerpunkt seiner Forschung. Wir gratulieren und freuen uns, weiter mit ihm zusammenarbeiten zu knnen.
    2016-04-29: 01.04.2016 Auf in die Industrie: Dr. Sara Liebana-Vinas geht zu Evonik
    Nach Ihrer erfolgreichen Promotion mit internationaler Betreuung im Grenzgebiet zwischen kolloidaler Chemie und Nano-Festkrperphysik verlies uns Sara, um in der Industriellen Projektentwicklung bei EVONIK Ihr Glck zu suchen. Wir bedauern Ihren Weggang und wnschen alles Gute. Hasta Luego !
    2016-04-29: 28.04.2016 Verleihung des Forschungspreises der Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung an Prof. Kannan Krishnan (University of Washington)
    Prof. Krishnan http://depts.washington.edu/kkgroup/ is well-recognized as an internationally leading expert in elucidating structure property relations at relevant length scales in a wide range of magnetic, superconducting and spintronics materials. He has made outstanding contributions that have been widely recognized with numerous awards. Prof. Krishnan has co- pioneered studies of exchange, proximity and interface effects in magnetic thin films and nanostructures. Further, he was one of the first to explore semiconductor-magnetic thin film integration and identify a new class of spintronic materials called Dilute Magnetic Dielectrics TM-doped wide band-gap semiconductors that are both insulating and ferromagnetic. At present, based on his other interdisciplinary work over the last 15 years, he is considered as one of the leading authorities on Biomedical Nanomagnetics the development and use of nanoscale magnetic particles/tracers in biomedical imaging, diagnostics and therapy and their translational applications in angiography and molecular imaging for cancer. Last but not least, Prof. Krishnan is recognized as an outstanding educator and communicator (e.g. IEEE distinguished lecturere) and his single author, 800-page book entitled "Fundamentals and applications of magnetic materials", to be published by Oxford University Press in 2016, is expected to be the seminal work in the field. Prof. Kannan Krishnan will be hosted by our group at the University of Duisburg Essen starting in June 2016.
    2016-04-29: 01.03.2016 Auf in die Promotion: M.Sc. Nanoeng. Alexandra Terwey und M.Sc. Sabrina Masur
    Nach erfolgreichem Abschluss Ihrer Masterarbeiten in unserer Arbeitsgruppe haben Sabrina und Alexandra problemlos Promotionsstellen gefunden. Sabrina wird an der University of Cambridge und Alexandra in der Arbeitsgruppe Wende ihre Promotionsprojekte durchfhren. Alles Gute und bis bald mal wieder !
    2016-02-10: 05.02.2016 Publikationen der AG Farle
    Wir freuen uns, dass unsere Publikationen auch wieder in der letzten Woche (wie in den letzten 20 Wochen) zu denen der Fakultt Physik gehrte, die international auf der Internet Plattform Researchgate das grte Interesse (most downloaded) fanden.
    2016-02-10: 01.02.2016 Die Masterarbeit Physik eingereicht
    Die Masterarbeit (Physik) von Herrn Thomas Feggeler mit dem Thema Mikromagnetische Simulationen zur statischen und dynamischen Charakterisierung von Nanopartikeln wurde fristgerecht eingereicht. Wir gratulieren !!
    2016-02-10: 30.01.2016 Promotion von Frau Sara Liebana-Vinas
    Die Promotion von Sara Liebana-Vinas zum Thema Anisotropic cobalt-based nanostructures: Synthesis and characterization wurde erfolgreich mit der Disputation am 29.01.2016 abgeschlossen. Wir gratulieren !!
    2016-02-10: 03.12.2015 Masterarbeit Nanoengineering eingereicht
    Die Masterarbeit (Nanoengineering) von Frau Alexandra Terwey mit dem Thema Magnetic characterization of organically formed magnetite nanoparticle arrangements in Magnetosprillum Gryphiswaldense wurde fristgerecht eingereicht. Wir gratulieren und wnschen viel Erfolg bei Ihrer Doktorarbeit in der AG Wende.
    2015-11-25: 22.11.2015 Verleihung des Forschungspreises der Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung an Dr. D. Weller
    Dr. Dieter Weller from Hitachi Global Storage, Western Digital, and University of York, United Kingdom is well known internationally for his outstanding research in magnetic data storage media, permanent magnets and experimental work on the atomistic understanding of macroscopic parameters like magnetic anisotropy and magnetization in novel magnetic thin film structures. He was among the first to introduce the concept of using colloidal nanoparticles as possible magnetic single bits in magnetic media opening a pathway to Terrabit/inch storage densities. During his stay in Germany in 2016, he intends to bring his expertise to the synthesis and better understanding of a novel magnetic material called MAX phases and also to magnetic materials useful for applications in magnetic cooling. Dr. Dieter Weller will be hosted by Professor Michael Farle at the University of Duisburg Essen.
    2015-11-25: 23.11.2015 Publikationen der AG Farle
    Wir freuen uns, dass unsere Publikationen auch wieder in der letzten Woche (wie in den letzten 10 Wochen) zu denen der Fakultt Physik gehrte, die international auf der Internet Plattform Researchgate das grte Interesse (most downloaded) fanden. 22.11.2015
    2015-10-05: Sabrina Masur erringt Auszeichnung
    Auf der "International Baltic Conference on Magnetism: Focus on Biomedical Aspects" in Svetlogorsk (Kaliningrad), Russia, gewinnt Sabrina Masur den "Best Poster Presentation Award" fr Ihren Beitrag "CHARACTERISATION OF FUNCTIONALYSED IRONOXIDE NANOPARTICLES BY MAGNETIC RESONANCE MEASUREMENTS". Wir gratulieren !
    2015-10-05: Publikationen der AG Farle
    Wir freuen uns, dass unsere Publikationen auch wieder in der letzten Woche (wie in den letzten 5 Wochen) zu denen der Fakultt Physik gehrte, die international auf der Internet Plattform Researchgate das grte Interesse (most downloaded) fanden. see "https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Michael_Farle" .
    2014-05-05: Auszeichnung fr EU-Projekt
    Es ist eines der fnf besten derzeit laufenden EU-Projekte: Diese hochrangige Auszeichnung hat das Projekt "Rare-Earth Free Permanent Magnets" erhalten, an dem auch die Arbeitsgruppe Farle der Universitt Duisburg-Essen (UDE) beteiligt ist.

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    2013-11-28: Europaweiter Nachwuchspreis an Dr. V. Migunov
    Unser ehemaliger Mitarbeiter Dr. Vadim Migunov hat fr die in unser AG durchgefhrte Doktorarbeit "Elastic properties and electron transport in InAs nanowires" den europaweit ausgeschriebenen Nachwuchspreis der Bethge-Stiftung erhalten. Der Preis beinhaltet neben dem Bethge-Quader ein Preisgeld in Hhe von 500 . Wir gratulieren recht herzlich und freuen uns auf weitere Zusammenarbeit. Mehr Details finden sich unter Bethge-Stiftung.de
    2013-04-09: Magnetismus und Forensik
    Wir freuen uns ber die internationale Anerkennung, die unsere frhere Mitarbeiterin Dr. A. Semisalova fr Ihre neuesten Arbeiten zur Identifikation von Magnetsignaturen in gedruckten Dokumenten gefunden hat. Details findet man unter : DLF .