Robustné spinové vlny pre budúce magnonické aplikácie
Robust spin waves for future magnonic applications
Program: SRDA
Project leader: Dr. Mruczkiewicz Michal
Annotation: In this project we will focus on the theoretical and experimental investigation of spin wave dynamics at nanoscale. Spin wave is considered as candidate for an information carrier in ultrafast and energy efficient information processing devices. It is due the unique properties of spin waves, namely low heat dissipation, possible manipulation at nanoscale or reconfigurability. We are going to investigate specific spin wave systems, that can host robust, unidirectional and reprogrammable spin waves. Therefore, the results of this project will contribute to the field of modern magnetism, magnonics.
Duration: 1.7.2020 – 30.6.2023
Štúdium magnetických efektov na nanoúrovni
Study of magnetic effects at nanoscale
Program: VEGA
Project leader: Ing. Šoltýs Ján PhD
Duration: 1.1.2019 – 31.12.2021
NanoSky – Skyrmióny vo feromagnetických nanoobjektoch
Skyrmions in ferromagnetic nanoobjects
Program: SRDA
Project leader: RNDr. Cambel Vladimír DrSc.
Annotation: In this project we will focus on the numerical and experimental study of skyrmions in ferromagnetic nanoobjects. The skyrmions were found in structures with multilayer configuration and the confinement due to geometry can increase stability of the skyrmion significantly. Thus nanoobject structures can lead to room temperature stable, reconfigurable magnetic elements. Still a control and experimental investigation of such structures is chalenge. We will concentrate on the facilitation of generation and develop methods for identification and characterization of the skyrmion states. The study will pave the way towards the implementation of skyrmion in magnetic devices based on the patterned nano-objects (single or arrays).
Duration: 1.7.2017 – 31.12.2020
Senzory na báze nosníkových štruktúr
Cantilever based sensors
Program: VEGA
Project leader: Ing. Šoltýs Ján PhD
Annotation: Cantilever-based sensors are used for the detection of physical, chemical, and biological analytes. In principle, every external perturbation of magnetic, electrical, thermal, or chemical origin can be transducted into mechanical motion. A cantilever deflection can be measured with extremely high sensitivity and selectivity. The project aims to develop new techniques for modification of commercial scanning force probes and to produce new cantilever-based sensors. The key enabling technology of the novel sensors is focus ion beam ablation and on-chip electron beam lithography. Application of such techniques in cantilever sensing opens new functionalities of the cantilever, which can be used for sensor applications and research purposes in physics and biomedicine.
Duration: 1.1.2015 – 31.12.2018