I am working in the field of experimental materials science, particularly on magnetic materials and nanostructures. The aim of my work is to find and develop new magnetic systems which have better functionalities and are easy to produce. These systems have potential applications in sensing and memory devices, nanomedicine, and also can be used as a new generation of magnets. We use lab-based techniques to study these materials and structures, however, we also take advantage of large-scale facilities such as synchrotron X-rays in our research.
I am teaching different courses and labs regularly, such as:
- Micromagnetic simulations (in Magnetic Materials Ph.D. course)
- Physics Laboratories (for Undergraduate students)
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Effect of the carrier gas on the structure and composition of Co–Ni bimetallic nanoparticles generated by spark ablationPau Ternero, Mehran Sedrpooshan, David Wahlqvist, Bengt O. Meuller, Martin Ek, et al.
(2023) Journal of Aerosol Science, 170
Engineered Self-assembled Magnetic NanochainsM. Sedrpooshan, C. Preger, C. E. Bulbucan, P. Ternero, M. Josefsson, et al.
Conference paper: abstract