Congratulations to Peter for receiving an Honorable mention for his NSF Graduate Research Proposal on High Entropy Oxides. Applicants receiving Honorable Mention are provided enhanced access to cyberinfrastructure resources, including supercomputing time, in support of research toward completion of the graduate program of study.
Betsy is an undergraduate student in the MSE department that will be working on the synthesis of High Entropy Oxides.
New publication! – Neal Reynolds, Priyamvada Jadaun, John T. Heron, Colin L. Jermain, Jonathan Gibbons, Robyn Collette, R. A. Buhrman, Darrell G. Schlom and D. C. Ralph, “Spin-Hall Torques Generated by Rare-Earth (Lanthanide) Thin Films” Phys. Rev. B. 95, 064412 (2017). Abstract: We report an initial experimental survey of spin Hall torques generated by the […]
Congratulations to Nguyen, who presented her poster “alpha-Cr2O3 Thin Films Grown by Pulsed Laser Deposition” at the VEF fellows and scholars conference in Phoenix AZ. Abstract: Magnetoelectric materials have been of interest because of their potential for low-power spintronic devices using electric field switching. One possible candidate is antiferromagnetic α-Cr2O3, which possesses an uncompensated surface […]
Congratulations to Nguyen Vu, who was awarded the Chia-Lun Lo fellowship! The Chia-Lun Lo fellowship is awarded to exemplary international graduate students at the University of Michigan. The award is quite selective with only ~ 25 awards given per year campus wide.