The candidate will join the Nanomagnetism and Magnetization Processes Group to carry out the doctorate in the Campus of International Excellence (CEI) UAM+CSIC.
The scientific and technological exploration of curvilinear magnetism is an emerging research field that opens the path to exciting novel physical phenomena, originated from the increased complexity in spin textures, topology and frustration, especially in three dimensions. Although there are numerous appealing theoretical predictions of curvature-induced effects, the novel physics is explored theoretically for simple situations only and practically is not explored experimentally. The main objective of this project is, thus, to develop and exploit routes in fabrication of 2D and 3D curved magnetic nanostructures, and to investigate complex topologically non-trivial magnetic states and their dynamics both experimentally and theoretically. The project is directed towards the long-term vision of novel versatile green magnetic storage and communication in nanoscale units with complex architecture and interconnected functionalities for the benefit of the ICT nanoelectronics market and society.
Highly motivated student with Master's degree in Physics, Material Science, Nanotechnology or related fields with good background and motivated attitude for combined experimental and theoretical tasks
Expected start date: November 2023-January 2024. Later incorporation is also possible