|Nanomagnetism and Magnet Dynamics Prof. Kristen Buchanan
Our group’s research is focused on exploring and understanding the unique magnetization states and dynamic processes that can be found in magnetic nanostructures. Nanomagnetism Group Page
|Nanoscience Prof. Jose de la Venta
Our interest lies in electronic, magnetic, optical and structural properties of materials and devices. We are interested in studying how different properties of systems change on nano-length scales and with the dimensionality of the system. In addition, proximity effects and external stimuli are tools that allow us to tailor the properties of these systems. (link to: de la Venta’s Lab)
|Vortex Dynamics Complex and Nonlinear Systems Prof. Stuart Field
The main focus of our research is in the static and dynamic properties of superconducting vortices. We employ both electronic and magnetic measurements. In particular, we use scanning Hall probe microscopy to image vortices in thin films. Static and Dynamic Imaging of Vortices.
|Frustrated and Quantum Magnetism Prof. Kate A. Ross
Our group explores novel electronic phases of matter that arise in strongly frustrated magnetic materials. We synthesize new materials that can form quantum entangled ground states, topological defects, or other emergent phenomena. We then observe the emergent excitations in these many-body systems using inelastic neutron scattering. Frustrated and Quantum Magnetism homepage
|Photovoltaic Devices Prof. James Sites
Our group does detailed experimental studies and modeling of photovoltaic devices, particularly those based on thin-film, polycrystalline CuInS and CdTe. Much of our effort is devoted to quantifying specific mechanisms for loss of efficiency. CSU Photovoltaics Laboratory.
| Microwave Magnetics and Nanomagnetism Prof. Mingzhong Wu
The research of our group is focused on spin wave dynamics in magnetic films, solitons and chaos, parametric pumping; magnetic nanoparticles, nanocomposities, and nanostructures; microwave and millimeter wave magnetic materials and devices. Microwave Magnetics and Nanomagnetism Group homepage.
|Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Prof. Carl Patton
Our group is engaged in a variety of basic and applied research that ranges from the fundamental understanding of magnetic order to the study of materials and device structures for information storage, radar, and high frequency signal processing applications. Magnetic Materials and Applied Magnetics Laboratory homepage.