GCN-Seminar: Magnetic Nanomaterials
The topic of this Greater-Copenhagen Nanoscience Seminar will be magnetic nanomaterials.
Speakers, talk titles and short descriptions
Stergios Piligkos (KU): Quantum coherence in molecular Lanthanide complexes
In this seminar entitled “Quantum coherence in molecular Lanthanide complexes” I will present the work done in my group relevant to coherent dynamic magnetic properties of electronic and nuclear spins in lanthanide-based molecular materials. I will present the potential of molecular magnetic materials for use as physical support for the implementation of quantum bits for Quantum Technologies, as well as a scheme for intrinsic implementation of quantum error corrections in these systems.
Rasmus Westerström (ULUND): Template-free generation of magnetic nanostructures by directed self-assembly of nanoparticles
In this seminar, I will present a template-free technique for generating 1D, 2D, and 3D magnetic nanostructures by directed self-assembly of magnetic nanoparticles. I will demonstrate how single-component and segmented nanowires and multi-component structures can be generated and present a magnetization study using SQUID magnetometry and X-ray microscopy. The self-assembly can take place on any substrate, allowing for direct integration into different device architectures. The latter is demonstrated by presenting transport measurements performed on single nanowires directly self-assembled and contacted onto a pre-patterned Si-chip.
Kasper Steen Pedersen (DTU): Talk title to be completed
The format will be 15 + 5 for the three speakers and then a general discussion.